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Episode 26 — All 'Bout that Feast, 'Bout that Feast, No Commies

February 24, 2021
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The early Church was known for their love for another and how they shared they shared with one another out of their love. Many take this information and assume that because they shared, that they were communistic. In this episode, we discuss the major differences between communism and Christian sharing. Another thing that comes up in this episode is the early Church's commitment to sharing meals together and a biblical theology of food. We hope you enjoy and as usual, if you have any questions for Sermon B-sides, email us at pastor@coramdeochurch.org.

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Jon is the lead pastor and founding pastor of Coram Deo Church. He and his wife live in Bremerton with their three kids. He loves spending time with his family and riding motorcycles.

Rusten leads our Youth Community and also provides teaching/preaching support. He and his wife live in Kingston with their three kids. He loves reading, writing, cooking, feasting, music, and family dance parties.

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The early Church was known for their love for another and how they shared they shared with one another out of their love. Many take this information and assume that because they shared, that they were communistic. In this episode, we discuss the major differences between communism and Christian sharing. Another thing that comes up in this episode is the early Church's commitment to sharing meals together and a biblical theology of food. We hope you enjoy and as usual, if you have any questions for Sermon B-sides, email us at pastor@coramdeochurch.org.

Listen on Apple Podcasts
Listen on Spotify

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