Tray and Melody are joined by author Preston Sprinkle on episode 122 to discuss faith, sexuality, gender and courageous love. Bridging the gap between conservatives and the LGBTQ community with an open and honest dialogue is what Preston strives to do through his books, teachings and organization.
Preston Sprinkle is a professor, speaker and a New York Times bestselling author. He earned a Ph. D. In New Testament from Aberdeen University in Scotland and has been a professor of theology at Cedarville University, Nottingham University and Eternity Bible College. He loves communicating Christian truths with thoughtfulness, honesty and grace. He is passionate about approaching topics that everyone wants to know about, but no one wants to talk about. Things like sexuality, violence, alcohol, hell, and what it means to follow Christ. He strives to write, speak and teach the truth of Scripture and hopes to challenge others to read the Bible while holding their predetermined beliefs loosely.
Preston broke into popular writing when he co-authored, Erasing Hell, which reached number 3 on the New York Times Best Sellers list. Since then he has written several books which can be seen here. His book, People To Be Loved, which dives into the conversation of homosexuality and how to approach that topic as believers is changing the way people see homosexuality.
Preston also hosts a daily radio show in Boise and a podcast titled Theology in the Raw, where he responds to questions sent in by his listeners.
Preston lives in Boise, Idaho with his wife Chrissy and their three daughters and son. They love the outdoors and spending as much time as they can outside.
Check out the video below to watch the webcast of our interview with Preston Sprinkle.
(Go to https://youtu.be/eBmvYCtmmYk to view on YouTube.)
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