Why Are Evangelicals Allergic to Repetition? No Formation Without Repetition

From Center for Christian Thought Studio Interviews

Repetition has a bad rap among many evangelicals. But without repetition or repeated practices or habit development, there can be no formation. James K.A. Smith, Betsy Barber, and Todd Pickett in a CCT Conversation on Embodied Spirituality: Exploring Christian Spiritual Formation.

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  • James K.A. Smith

    • Professor of Philosophy
  • Betsy A Barber  

    • Associate Professor of Spirituality and Psychology
    • Director, Center for Spiritual Renewal
    • Associate Director, Institute for Spiritual Formation
  • Todd Pickett  

    • Dean of Spiritual Life

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    57. Why Are Evangelicals Allergic to Repetition? No Formation Without Repetition

    by James K.A. Smith, Betsy A Barber, and Todd Pickett

    4:15 — March 28, 2014

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