Prayer Books and Historical Theology w/ Jonathan Arnold and Zach Carter

In this episode, I talk with Jonathan Arnold and Zach Carter about their recent collection of prayers from across church history. In our discussion, we also talk about what it takes to be a pastor-theologian and the practical benefit of historical theology for ministry among the churches. The book we discuss in this conversation is 
Cloud of Witnesses: A Treasury of Prayers and Petitions through the Ages (Crossway). 

Arnold is Associate Professor of Theological Studies at Cedarville University. Carter is senior pastor of Redeemer Church in Huntsville, AL.  

This podcast is hosted by Ched Spellman (

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Clarifying Note: The views of special guests are their own & do not necessarily reflect my own or the organizations with which I am formally and informally affiliated.

May 28, 2024


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