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Welcome to the Ecumenical Dialogue Podcast

We are a group of friends who belong to different Christian traditions seeking to live out John 17.

Zach is a Roman Catholic and majored in Pastoral Ministries and Bible/Theology with a concentration in OT Theology and Hebrew. He is also a Seminarian (formation to become a Catholic Priest) for his Archdiocese and is currently studying to obtain an M.A. in Philosophy.

Chad is an Eastern Orthodox Christian and earned an M.A. in Biblical Studies with a focus in Hebrew/ OT studies, Greek, and Theology.

Scott is a Protestant and serves at a Presbyterian church. He has served in music ministry for over 20 years and is currently working on his M.A. in Biblical Studies with a focus in Greek.

We have an open dialogue on topics related to Christianity, theology, philosophy, and life. Send us your comments, feedback, questions, and yes we welcome you challenging us. We're here to welcome you into our dialogue.

Jul 20, 2019

In this episode Zach, Scott, and Chad discuss the topic of salvation and models of justification from the vantage point of their respective traditions. What does it mean to be saved and can someone lose their salvation? Join us as we discuss these questions and more.

Jul 11, 2019

In this episode Chad, Zach, and Scott approach the topic of immigration by examining the biblical evidence and discussing how we should respond as Christians. The discussion includes looking at the Old Testament, Romans 13 and Matthew 25.

Jun 29, 2019

On this episode Zach, Scott, and Chad discuss the topic of saints. Who are they and why do some traditions emphasize them? Can they intercede in prayer on our behalf?

Jun 23, 2019

We have invited special guests Lisa, Catherine, and Meridith to discuss the ministerial roles of women in the Church. Join us as we look at the important role women play within the Church both historically and presently. 

Jun 16, 2019

Scott and Chad discuss the disciplines of prayer, alms-giving, and fasting. The disciplines of our faith or not found wanting, but difficult and often unpracticed. Joins us for this important topic.