Multimedia Tues., Podcast, VOLUME 2

Multimedia Tuesday: Bill Cavanaugh’s Talk from the Ekklesia Project Gathering 2009.

Presented here are our recordings of Bill Cavanaugh’s talks from the Ekklesia Project Gathering at DePaul University on 10 July 2009.  This talk was related to his recent book Being Consumed (Click here for our review), but more specifically focused on the present economic crisis, which hit hardest after the book was released.  Cavanaugh does a superb job at getting to the heart of why the American economy crashed and lays out much to think about as the Body of Christ discerns what economic faithfulness looks like.


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