Parenting, sexual confusion, race, apologetics. These were just a few of the topics speakers addressed at Relentless, the 2017 ERLC / TGC Pre-Conference. Here are four lessons I walked away with. 1. Christ-centered parenting takes wisdom in a complex world. In one of the panel discussions, Danny Akin, Jen Wilkin, Crawford Loritts and Nancy Guthrie… Read More
I work in two very different worlds. On days when I’m at Southeastern Seminary, I pass by gifted theologians on my way to the office. I serve alongside a team of young, talented creatives. I immerse myself in the intersection of faith, culture, work and economics. But when I leave the seminary, I drive 45… Read More
Women Discipling Women to Engage Culture Some Christian women struggle to see how tense cultural issues matter to their everyday lives. But it is increasingly difficult to avoid these cultural debates. For example, the young mom may not care about LGBTQ issues — until she takes her children to the playground, finds herself in conversation… Read More
What should you know about Neil Gorsuch? How can the church reach out to working women? Was Jesus political? Does our culture still suffer from moral relativism? And what books is Dr. Ken Keathley reading? Get thoughtful responses to these questions from Bruce Ashford, Joe Carter, Ted Olsen, Diane Paddison, Caitie Butler and more in today’s #FaithandCulture Reading.
In a rapidly changing culture, more and more Christians are discussing the importance of cultural engagement. Yet what role does preaching play in cultural engagement and cultural formation? What dangers should we avoid? To help us answer these questions, we turned to Jim Shaddix. Dr. Shaddix is the W. A. Criswell Chair of Expository Preaching… Read More