12 - The Quadratos View of the Gospel with Alexander Shaia

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Guest: Alexander Shaia

What is/are the gospels? How do they relate to our lives and more importantly; when life as it inevitably will throws us things we aren't prepared to deal with, how do we find and breath Jesus. What is a quadratos view of the Gospels...is it new or is it ancient? I think it's both. 

Alexander was born and raised in Birmingham, AL. Studied at Notre Dame and then went on the same quest we all do to navigate our life and our faith together and the result is disarmingly beautiful. Please go and get his latest book Heart and Mind (Second Edition) you will be pleased that you did. Sit back, take some notes and lets talk about Jesus!

Heart and Mind: The Four-Gospel Journey for Radical Transformation:  Amazon

Connect with Alexander on Facebook, as well as https://www.quadratos.com/.


Special Music for this episode was provided by Psallos. Psallos is a team of Christian artists - songsters and singers, ministers and musicians, thinkers and theologians. Led by composer Cody Curtis (DMA) and in partnership with Union University, Psallos exists to provide the Church with intentional, artistic songs of worship that are consistent with God's word, rich in sound doctrine, and intelligible for the sake of edification. The proclamation of Scripture, particularly the gospel of Jesus Christ, is at the core of its mission.

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