Luke Bretherton: Rethinking Humanitarianism
In response to the challenge of poverty and global needs, many of us default to humanitarianism as a solution. But should we? Dr. Luke Bretherton of Duke University joins us to discuss.
This book should be required reading for everybody at Southeastern Seminary.
Christ Formed in You: The Power of the Gospel for Personal Change
by Brian Hedges (Shepherd Press, 2010)
Christ Formed in You is an excellent treatment of sanctification. This book should be required reading for everybody at Southeastern Seminary.
Forging a Christian Order: South Carolina Baptists, Race, and Slavery, 1696–1860
by Kim Kellison (Univ Tennessee Press, 2023)
This is Kim’s first book. It explores the interconnectedness of religion (Baptists) and politics in antebellum South Carolina.
The Analogical Imagination: Christian Theology and the Culture of Pluralism
by David Tracy (Herder & Herder, 1998)
The subtitle says a lot: Christian Theology and the Culture of Pluralism. It is a challenging read but well-worth it for anyone interested in framing Christian worldview.
The Long Southern Strategy: How Chasing White Voters in the South Changed American Politics
by Angie Maxwell and Todd Shields (Oxford University Press, 2019)
If religion and politics is your forte, put this book at the top of your list. It may well change your views on culture warfare
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