LFTF: Episode 31

Published 18th March 2019 - Scot Keen | Series: Lessons From the Field

Scot Keen is a Professor and the Dean of Education at Ethnos360 Bible Institute in Jackson, Michigan. Scot is passionate about spotting cultural themes that are prevalent amongst his students, and then addressing them naturally when teaching through the Bible, letting God’s Word do the transforming. We asked Scot the question: What efforts do you go to in order to make your Bible teaching culturally relevant to your students?

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