My Interview with Pastor Chris Brauns about His Book Bound Together

Listen to the streaming audio here or download the mp3 here.

On this edition of the KevCast, we welcome Pastor Chris Brauns, the author of Bound Together: How We are Tied to Others in Good and Bad Choices.

“Our lives are woven together in such a way that the choices each one of us makes have an effect on the lives of others, both for good and for bad. Because much of the pain we endure in life is in the context of relationships, this truth often strikes us as unfair. Why should a child suffer because of the poor decisions of his or her parents? And on a grander scale, why do we all suffer the curse of Adam’s disobedience? Why should anyone be judged for someone else’s sin?”

Perhaps these are questions you’ve wondered about yourself. Maybe you’ve struggled with the concept of a God who slaughters innocent women and children in Jericho or most of the human race in the Noahic flood. Is God unfair?  If am bound by the actions of others, what does that say about free will and human responsibility?  If these are questions you’ve been thinking, this interview is one you will want to hear.

Listen in and hear Pastor Chris Brauns talk about the “principle of the rope” and how all of these situations actually point to a larger truth about sin andmebrauns redemption.

You can purchase a copy of Bound Together here and learn more about Pastor Chris on his blog here.  You can also read my review of this book  here.

Pictures from launch party of Bound Together held at the Red Brick Church:  (Click on each image for a larger view)

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