Water From a Deep Well

Jerry Sittser, a professor of theology, believes we can learn a lot from our early Christians forefathers.

How did the early Christians differ from believers now? View Show Notes →
Can history be a valuable spiritual resource for us? View Show Notes →
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Meet Series Guests

Jerry Sittser

Gerald Sittser is professor of theology and a senior fellow in the Office of Church Engagement at Whitworth University, where he has served for 30 years.  Over the past few years he has worked with many partner churches to engage the culture and equip disciples with the good news of Jesus. He has written nine books, among them A Grace Disguised: How the Soul Grows Through Loss and A Grace RevealedThe Will of God as a Way of LifeWater From a Deep Well: Christian Spirituality from Early Martyrs to Modern Missionaries, and Resilient Faith: How the Early Christian "Third Way" Changed the World, which is being featured in the interview. Widowed for twenty years, he married Patricia in 2010.  They have five children between them, all married and with children of their own.