New Creation Conversations Episode 51 - Dr. David Cramer and Dr. Myles Werntz on the Eight Streams of Christian Nonviolence
New Creation Conversations
Welcome to episode fifty-one of New Creation Conversations. In this first episode of this second year and second season of this podcast, I’m delighted to be joined in conversations by the co-authors of a wonderful new book on the complex history of Christian peacemaking Dr. David Cramer and Dr. Myles Werntz. David teaches at the Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary in Elkhart, Indiana, and he is the Managing Editor of the Institute of Mennonite Studies. David’s scholarship focuses on Christian social ethics and the difference faith makes for how Christians live in contemporary society. Like me, David serves in both the academy and the local church. He is currently the teaching pastor at Keller Park Church – an urban congregation in South Bend, Indiana. His writing has appeared in scholarly journals and popular periodicals including Christian Century and Sojourners. Myles is Director of Baptist Studies and Associate Professor of Theology at Abilene Christian University, where he directs the Baptist Studies Center in the Graduate School of Theology. He is the author and editor of five books in theology and ethics and writes broadly on Christian ethics of war and peace, immigration, ecclesiology, and discipleship.David and Myles became friends while working on their PhDs together in theology and ethics at Baylor University. Their mutual interest in the practice and history of Christian nonviolence led to a twenty-year conversation and exploration of the complicated and varied approaches of Christians across the centuries to the call of disciples to make peace in the world in Jesus’ name. That twenty-years of dialogue recently was released as a very helpful book, A Field Guide to Christian Nonviolence: Key Thinkers, Activists, and Movements for the Gospel of Peace – published by Baker Academic. In their book, Cramer and Werntz explore eight different streams of Christian nonviolence that not only take different approaches to peacemaking, but they also think about the call to take up the cross of Christ in different ways. In such a divided and violent age, I’m thankful for those who keep reminding us that it is the call of the disciple to participate in the new creation by making peace. However, I found David and Myles’ Field Guide so helpful in showing how complicated obedience to this call can be, and how different followers of Jesus have found different ways to pursue this call with faith. I think you will find their work helpful and I’m excited to bring this conversation to you.
#943 - Christian Nonviolence: Drs. Myles Werntz and David Cramer
Theology in the Raw
Myles Werntz (PhD, Baylor University) is associate professor of theology and director of Baptist studies at Abilene Christian University in Abilene, Texas. He is the author or editor of several books, including Bodies of Peace and A Field Guide to Christian Nonviolence. David C. Cramer (PhD, Baylor University) is managing editor at the Institute of Mennonite Studies, sessional lecturer at Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary, and teaching pastor at Keller Park Church in South Bend, Indiana.David and Myles recently wrote a book called A Field Guide to Christian Nonviolence and this is the topic of our conversation. We discuss a biblical case for nonviolence and some pushbacks including the conquest of Canaan. We also discuss the killer at the door, policing, nonviolent revolts, and pulling up violent systems by the roots.Theology in the Raw Conference - Exiles in Babylon At the Theology in the Raw conference, we will be challenged to think like exiles about race, sexuality, gender, critical race theory, hell, transgender identities, climate change, creation care, American politics, and what it means to love your democratic or republican neighbor as yourself. Different views will be presented. No question is off limits. No political party will be praised. Everyone will be challenged to think. And Jesus will be upheld as supreme.Support PrestonSupport Preston by going to patreon.comVenmo: @Preston-Sprinkle-1Connect with PrestonTwitter | @PrestonSprinkleInstagram | @preston.sprinkleYoutube | Preston SprinkleCheck out Dr. Sprinkle’s website prestonsprinkle.comStay Up to Date with the PodcastTwitter | @RawTheologyInstagram | @TheologyintheRawIf you enjoy the podcast, be sure to leave a review.
34. David Cramer & Myles Werntz on A Field Guide to Christian Nonviolence
David C. Cramer and Myles Werntz talk with Word&Way President Brian Kaylor about their new book A Field Guide to Christian Nonviolence: Key Thinkers, Activists, and Movements for the Gospel of Peace. Cramer is managing editor at the Institute of Mennonite Studies and teaching pastor at Keller Park Church in South Bend, Indiana. Werntz is associate professor of theology and director of the Baptist Studies Center at Abilene Christian University in Abilene, Texas. Note: Don't forget to check out our subscriber e-newsletter A Public Witness that helps you make sense of faith, culture, and politics.
S3E161 DAVID CRAMER works with Wycliffe Associates, leading a huge region in the Pacific.
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SPONSORED BY BOUNDLESS DRONE SERVICES. Most people have heard the name Wycliffe before, and that is because of the amazing work they've done in taking the Bible and translating it in thousands of dialects. David Cramer works for Wycliffe Associates, and is responsible for Discipleship in a huge region in the Pacific, working in such areas as New Guinea, where tribal dialects are many and varied.
Sophie talks to David Cramer Smith, author of the novel, Medway. Discussing the novel initiates conversations about various mental health centred topics from the importance of having a support network, to understanding their relationships with alcohol. They also discuss the education system, what it’s like to be a teacher and why David left teaching for writing and developing. Buy Medway/Read David's writing here:
David Cramer is the co-founder and CTO of Sentry, a monitoring platform helps every developer diagnose, fix, and optimize the performance of their applications. Before this, he worked at Dropbox and Disqus.Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google PodcastsWe discuss the evolution of Sentry from both a technical and business perspective: the architecture, some outages, hiring, improving the customer experience, and more.HighlightsNotes are highlighted0:00 - The history of Sentry10:00 - The initial architecture of Sentry. It started off as a Django plugin, and would write to the production database.12:10 - Keeping software simple.14:39 - The scalability of PostgreSQL. MVCC.19:00 - Sharding databases (or not) at Sentry. Multi-tenancy of customer’s exceptions. The overkill nature of most solutions.23:30 - Transaction ID Wraparound - the source of Sentry’s largest outage. Customer reactions to large outages. Robinhood and Gamestop.35:00 - Scaling out engineering quality when hiring more engineers. Hiring engineers in charge of developer productivity. Setting engineering culture, and making an impact as the CTO.44:30 - Challenges while growing out the company to more than a hundred employees and over a million users47:00 - Hiring outside of your network, and managing attrition.54:30 - Transitioning from CEO to CTO66:00 - Maintaining transparency with customers in a devops company68:00 - The evolution of developer tools companies in the last few years. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.softwareatscale.dev
David Cramer, Co-Founder and CTO, Sentry (Sentry.io)
The Craft Of Open Source
Co-Founder and CTO of Sentry, David Cramer joins Ben Rometsch on this episode to talk about his journey from a side project of 70 lines of open source code to the most widely adopted open source crash reporting platform in the world.
Frontend Development Challenges for 2021 w/ David Cramer - Sentry
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S3E003 DAVID CRAMER is a regional director for the Pacific with Wycliffe Associates, translators of the Bible.
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David's testimony is a breathtaking journey that includes a terminal diagnosis, a miracle surgery, and a life given a second chance. David's heart for missions opened the way to serve with the internationally known Wycliffe Associates, a group involved in translating the Bible into local dialects around the world.
Sentry CTO David Cramer on Automated Error Capture and Analysis
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Hi, Spring fans! In this episode Josh Long (@starbuxman) talks about the wide world of webdevelopment with CSS, Figma, AdobeXD and more, and then talks to Sentry CTO David Cramer (@zeeg) about easy error capture and analysis with Sentry and Spring. Want to see the worldwide flurry of activity as errors make their way to Sentry? Check this out