Episode 93 – David Fitch: “The Fitch Option”

Jason Micheli —  May 11, 2017 — 4 Comments

With so many talking about Rod Dreher’s bestselling book The Benedict Option, we turned to friend of the podcast, author and professor David Fitch, to talk about “The Fitch Option”or the “Saint Patrick Option.”

Fitch talks to the Benedict Option by way of his fantastic new book Faithful Presence: Seven Discipline That Shape the Church For Mission. The opposite of the Benedict Option, David offers us disciplines that will shape the church for its mission.

Be on the lookout for our own conversation with Rod Dreher about the Benedict Option too.

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4 responses to Episode 93 – David Fitch: “The Fitch Option”

  1. Great conversation fellas.

  2. Can you really not “like” The Cost of Discipleship and “get” Bonhoeffer?

  3. Apologies! Wrong podcast….

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