tyler wigg-stevenson :: 3.20

Tyler Wigg-Stevenson

this week we talk about nuclear abolishment with Tyler Wigg-Stevenson, the founder of the Two-Futures Project. Tyler shares his passion for abolishing nuclear weapons and why it matters to people around the world — especially people of faith.

A Baptist preacher with a decade of experience in nuclear weapons policy, Tyler has dedicated much of his adult life to the abolition of nuclear weapons and the attainment of the post-atomic age. He converted to Christianity shortly after graduating from college, while working for the late U.S. Senator Alan Cranston. That conversion began a journey that would lead him to seminary in New Haven, where he met both his future wife, Natalie, and the congregation at Christian Tabernacle Baptist Church, who baptized and eventually licensed and ordained him to gospel ministry.

related ::
two futures project
two futures on twitter
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Why conservative Christians should support nuclear abolition – Washington Post
A Merciful White Flash – Christianity Today
Going Nuclear: Young Christians Redefine Evangelical Politics – Huffington Post

music ::
flobots – white flag warriors

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