This weekend, you may be preparing for Thanksgiving festivities with family and friends. As you do so, we’ve collected a handful of important articles on work, orphan care, communism, and social media from Joe Carter, Christy Britton, Sam Morris, Amy Sherman, John Van Sloten in today’s #FaithandCulture Reading.
On Sunday mornings, behavior can sometimes distinguish followers of Christ from the rest of the world: Christians can be found singing praises, listening to sermons and serving in churches. But what about on Mondays? When the people who make up our congregations go to work, what sets them apart? As pastors and ministry leaders, we hope… Read More
Timothy George, Dean of Beeson Divinity School, recently visited Southeastern Seminary to talk about the Reformation for the Page Lecture Series. In this sermon, George gives an overview of the Reformation, and he preaches on how Jesus became the fulcrum around which everything in the Bible was interpreted in Luther’s study on Romans. Watch the… Read More
Dr. Keith Whitfield, Assistant Professor of Theology and Vice President for Academic Administration at Southeastern, recently discussed faith and work with Dr. Benjamin Quinn. Quinn co-teaches Intersect’s free class, Work and Worship: Connecting Sunday to Monday. Keith Whitfield: Benjamin, people in our community, around our country and all over the world spend hours and hours a week working… Read More
Socialism is in vogue again, particularly among younger Americans. But does socialism really help society? In this video, Dr. David Koyzis, Professor Emeritus of Political Science at Redeemer University College, presents a lecture on “How Socialism Suppresses Society” as a part of the Kern Lecture Series. Watch the video above, or read an excerpt below… Read More