Conversations, VOLUME 7

Phil Kenneson – Slow Church Conference [Audio]

Phil Kenneson

Here is the fifth of the audio recordings from the Slow Church Conference that we hosted last month here at Englewood Christian Church. (The sixth and final recording will be posted next week.)

Previously posted talks from the Slow Church conference:

Our aim for the conference was to foster conversation around the work of several key theologians whose work inspired the Slow Church bookthat John Pattison and I wrote.

Phil Kenneson is Professor of Theology and Philosophy at Milligan College in Eastern Tennessee.

Since 1992, Phil Kenneson has taught theology and philosophy at Milligan College in eastern Tennessee. Phil is on the board of The Ekklesia Project and directs their Congregational Formation Initiative. He is the author of a number of books including Life on the Vine: Cultivating the Fruit of the Spirit in Christian Community (IVP, 1999) and Selling Out the Church: The Dangers of Church Marketing (Co-written with James Street).

The title of his talk was “Ethics: Being the Church Well”


[ CLICK HERE to download MP3’s of all parts of this lecture ]

Part I:


Part II:

Part III:


Photo Credit: Phil Kenneson (via


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