+ Dr. Kutter Callaway introduces 1 and 2 Samuel, considering their message about the spiritual tone-deafness of God’s people and the need for new ears to listen to and respond to God faithfully.
Kutter Callaway is associate professor of theology and culture and co-director of Reel Spirituality at Fuller Seminary. His work focuses on the interaction between theology and culture—particularly film, television, and online media. His most recent books are The Aesthetics of Atheism: Theology and Imagination in Contemporary Culture and Deep Focus: Film and Theology in Dialogue.
“What these books are really about, I think, is a God who hears. They’re also about the people of God struggling to listen and respond to the voice of God.” – Kutter Callaway