Nate Brooks: Emotionally Healthy Spirituality
Challenges to Humanity
It’s hard to feel invested in my local community when the radius of my community is defined by my vehicle.
UFOs: Do You Want to Believe?
Could aliens be a gut-level response to the human need to react to both the wonder and the chaos of the world?
Kelly Kapic: Embracing Your Limits
"The goal of the Christian life is not to make you super-human," says Kelly Kapic. "It’s to make you truly human."
What Is Fun, and Why Does It Matter? Toward a Theology of Fun
I’m very bad at fun. This is my attempt to find in God’s Word the permission I need to enjoy the life he’s given me.
Erin Smith: Burning Neural Circuits – The Acts of Daily Formation
In this seventh annual “Evangelical Voices in the Academy” lecture, Dr. Erin Smith dives into the neurological and psychological reasons our brains form habits.
Lainey Greer: What the Bible Says About Your Body
Lainey Greer explores what the Bible says about our bodies. Her conversation touches on topics such as eating disorders, overexercise, obesity, other disordered eating habits, and even disability.
What Is Theological Anthropology?
What is theological anthropology? Here's what this phrase means — and why it's so important right now.
Dolores Morris: Can a Computer Become a Person?
Dr. Dolores Morris discusses recent developments in artificial intelligence (including Google’s AI called LAMDA), philosophy, and the question of consciousness.
20 Resources on Theological Anthropology
Want to be better informed on theological anthropology? Here are 20 books to get you started.
J. P. Moreland: Spiritual Formation, Virtue Ethics, and Christian Anthropology
J. P. Moreland discusses the role of spiritual formation, virtue ethics, and theological anthropology at the Center for Faith and Culture.
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