Episode: Mark and Luke Glanville bring their unique areas of expertise in biblical studies and international relations to bear on the pressing global refugee crisis. This episode covers everything from local to international issues, personal stories and politics, and the transformative biblical concept of kinship. This episode will provoke and stir you to action!

Guests: Mark R. Glanville (PhD, Bristol University) is associate professor of pastoral theology at Regent College, Vancouver, and an Old Testament scholar. He is the author of Adopting the Stranger as Kindred in Deuteronomy and Exodus: Society Reshaped as Family (Lexham, forthcoming) and Refuge Reimagined: Biblical Kinship in Global Politics (IVP, 2021) with his brother Luke; and has written articles for a variety of publications including the Journal of Biblical Literature, Refuge Journal, Journal of Missional Practice, Christian Educators Journal, Evangelicals for Social Action, Faith TodayThe Light Magazine, and The Presbyterian Pulse. Mark previously ministered in a missional urban community, Grandview Calvary Baptist Church, Vancouver, and was a professor of congregational theology at the Missional Training Center in Phoenix. He is a trained jazz pianist and lives in Vancouver, Canada, with his wife, Erin, and their two children.

Luke Glanville (PhD, University of Queensland) is associate professor in the department of international relations at Australian National University. He is the author of Sovereignty and the Responsibility to Protect: A New History, which won the Australian Political Science Association Crisp Prize in 2016 and the CHOICE Outstanding Academic Title Award in 2014, and and Refuge Reimagined: Biblical Kinship in Global Politics (IVP, 2021), co-authored with his brother Mark.

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