Carl Trueman: On Writing, Research, and Thinking Well
Carl Trueman: Condemned to Be Free
We still want to belong, but the old and established ways of belonging have been plunged into crisis.
Carl Trueman: The Freedom of the Christian and the Bondage of the Shrill
Technology is reshaping the world. How is it reshaping you? Watch Dr. Carl Trueman's lecture on technology and what it means to be human.
Jeffrey Koperski: Why Scientific Realism Depends on Theism
Some of the central ideas in science rest on a theological foundation…. If you take the theistic foundation […]
Remembering Walter Hooper, the Man Who Served C. S. Lewis’s Literary Legacy
On Monday, Dec. 7, North Carolina native Walter Hooper passed away at the age of 89 from complications […]
Malcolm Yarnell: Christology without Christlikeness — Triumph and Failure at the Council of Chalcedon
The Council of Chalcedon (451) was one of the most important events in church history. What were the […]
Erica Carlson: How Wrestling With Tough Questions Helps Students’ Faith at the University
“God isn’t afraid of our questions.” Are some questions off limits for questions? What role can churches play […]
A Conversation Regarding Theology, Ethics, and Racial Injustice
Over the past week, we have been deeply grieved by the events that have played out in our […]
Jennifer Wiseman: A Universe of Awe, Challenge, and Inspiration
What does the universe have to do with faith?
Jennifer Wiseman: Science, Exploration, and Inspiration
Why is science important? Should Christians care about the sciences at all? On February 3, 2020, Dr. Jennifer […]
Neil Shenvi: Are Social Justice, Critical Theory, and Christianity Compatible?
Social justice. Critical Theory. Are these subjects compatible with Christianity, or not? On March 3, 2020, Dr. Neil […]
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