Imagining a World with a (Still) Dead Messiah

Matthew Linder

Matthew Linder is a father of a 2-year-old daughter, a music professor at National University and editor-in-chief for Retuned. He loves Jesus, the Church, biblical theology, and of course, music but despises ketchup. While he appreciates a wide variety of musical styles, he prefers hip-hop, metal, and classical but could live without 90s Christian music. Follow Matthew on Twitter @TheRetuned or email matt [at] theretuned [dot] com .

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