Henry Center and Hansen on Young, Restless, and Reformed

Two brothers whom I have grown to love and appreciate over the past year are Owen Strachan and Collin Hansen. A couple of weeks ago, The Henry Center (of which Owen is managing director) held a discussion between Dr. Doug Sweeney, professor of Church History at TEDS, and Collin, who as you know, is the author of Young, Restless, Reformed. While the topic of Collin’s book has oft been discussion, perhaps there is no one more historically conscious than Dr. Sweeney to facilitate a healthy and informative time of delving into Collin’s journey regarding the revival within the Reformed tradition.

Allow me to point you to this good discussion between Dr. Sweeney and Collin which is approximately 40 minutes and includes Q&A from the TEDS audience. The discussion is available in both audio and video, so be sure to check it out!


Related posts:

>> Interview with Collin Hansen, Part One
>> Interview with Collin Hansen, Part Two
>> Interview with Collin Hansen, Part Three

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2 Comments on “Henry Center and Hansen on Young, Restless, and Reformed”

  1. Timmy,

    On a related note, I am reading that book right now. I did a double take when I read your name and its following story. By the way, it’s an excellent book.

  2. Charlie,

    Yeah, I was at first reluctant to tell my story, but after further consideration, I figured that it would be worthwhile telling since it paralleled biographically what was doing on denominationally. Knowing that the painful and difficult moments will be for available for all to read was something I just had to accept. It’s my story, and it’s a story of God’s grace to keep me, humble me, and change me. I believe the Lord used the many valleys to shape me and make me whom I am, and while I would never want to relive them, I am eternally grateful for them nonetheless.

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