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Open2013 Speakers (Video)
Here’s all of the videos of the speakers and their Q&A’s from Open2013. Unfortunately, there was a mix-up and we didn’t get Jessica Kelley’s presentation taped. We’re working to get her to speak again so we can get that to you. Thanks for posting this on youtube T. C.! And now, without further ado…
Greg Boyd, History and Hope of Open Theism, Part 1
Greg Boyd, History and Hope of Open Theism, Part 2
Greg Boyd, History and Hope of Open Theism, Part 3
Greg Boyd, Q&A, Part 1
Greg Boyd, Q&A, Part 2
John Sanders, The Virtues Inherent in Open Theism, Part 1
John Sanders, The Virtues Inherent in Open Theism, Part 2
John Sanders, Q&A
Tom Oord, Moment by Moment, Part 1
Tom Oord, Moment by Moment, Part 2
Tom Oord, Moment by Moment, Part 3
Tags: Greg Boyd, John Sanders, Open Theism, ReKnew, Tom Oord, Woodland Hills Church
Topics: Open Theism
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