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Bishop Todd Hunter on Anglican Spirituality: Living the King Jesus Gospel (A Blog Series)

Bishop Todd Hunter on Anglican Spirituality: Living the King Jesus Gospel (A Blog Series) November 2, 2021

This is a blog series on some of the participants in the new book, Living the King Jesus Gospel. Today we have Todd Hunter, Anglican Bishop and a contributor for this tribute book for our friend Scot McKnight.


How do you know Scot?

Scot is a Canon Theologian in C4SO [Churches for the Sake of Others]

How has else has Scot made an impact on you?

Scot is a highly regarded go-to friend fo all things theological. His recent work on TOV makes him also a reliable conversation partner on important pastoral issues

For your book chapter, What subject did you choose and why?

My essay reveals the many ways the Book of Common Prayer and Anglican spirituality, broadly understood, facilitates knowledge of, and obedience to, the King Jesus Gospel.

What is your vocation? And how do you see yourself attempting to “Live the King Jesus Gospel” in that context?

I am an Anglican Bishop whose personal discipleship, teaching and writing is steeped in Jesus’ Gospel of the Kingdom

Do you have a favorite Scot McKnight book?


Any personal stories about Scot you want to share?

My favorite Scot moments are when he knows/thinks he is right about something, gets that boyish look on his face, and let’s fly!

In terms of writing, what are you working on next?

I am working on a book for IVP that seeks to gain a fresh hearing for Jesus among nones, dones and skeptics

If you want to check out some of Hunter’s other writings, see below! And don’t forget to order Living the King Jesus Gospel.

 

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