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.
Mark Liederbach: The Great God, the Good Creation, the Grand Story, and our Glorious Response
Mark Liederbach of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, gives a lecture entitled “The Great God, The Good Creation, The […]
Katharine Hayhoe: Climate Change — Facts, Fictions, and our Faith
Katharine Hayhoe, Climate scientist and endowed professor of public policy and law at Texas Tech University, gives a […]
Jonathan Wilson: Relationships — The Goodness of Creation and Human Responsibility
Jonathan Wilson gives a lecture entitled “Relationships: The Goodness of Creation and Human Responsibility.” This lecture was delivered […]
Alister McGrath: Creation, Redemption, and Wonder
Alister McGrath, Andreas Idreos Professor of Science and Religion at the University of Oxford, gives a lecture entitled […]
Rusty Pritchard: Creation Care and Whole-Life Discipleship
Rusty Pritchard, Vice President of Tearfund USA, gives a lecture entitled “Creation Care and Whole-Life Discipleship.” This lecture […]
Norman Wirzba: Creation Through Christ — What Difference Does it Make?
Norman Wirzba of Duke University gives a lecture entitled “Creation Through Christ: What Difference Does it Make?” This […]
Jordan Steffaniak: Saving Masculinity and Femininity from the Morgue
Jordan Steffaniak, winner of our Paper Contest, gives a lecture entitled “Saving Masculinity and Femininity from the Morgue: […]
Eddy Wu: Considering Moral Responsibility in Artificial Intelligence
Eddy Wu, second-place finisher in our Paper Contest, gives a lecture entitled “Considering Moral Responsibility in Artificial Intelligence.” […]
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