Podcast: “What the New Pope Means for the Future of the Church”

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Dr. Leo Sanchez’ recent post on the significance of a Latin American Pope generated significant interest, both within Lutheran circles and beyond. His thoughts caught the attention of a some people down at Dallas Theological Seminary, who asked him to participate in one of their “thetablepodcast” segments. Part 1 of that podcast is now available here:

http://www.dts.edu/thetable/play/new-pope-francis-protestants-catholics/

About 48 minutes in, Leo gets to explain to our Evangelical friends what the “Book of Concord” is. Even more significant, he offers some important and thoughtful observations about the future of Christianity.

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