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Adventist Voices Podcast


On this episode of the Adventist Voices podcast, I talk with Sduduzo Blose about his graduate work at the University of Kwazulu-Natal on the book of Romans, colonialism in Africa, and institutional power in Adventism.

We also discuss how opposing racism and sexism in Adventism informed his theological interests, as well as how he connects his love for road cycling and ministry.

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Alexander Carpenter is the executive editor elect of Spectrum


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On this episode of the podcast, a conversation with Sduduzo Blose about his graduate work, colonialism in Africa, and institutional power in Adventism.

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