A conference which explored the stories behind key historical events that shaped our understanding of faith and science — featuring scientists, historians, and theologians such as Peter Harrison, Michael Murray, Ted Cabal, Ted Davis and Nathan Finn. Learn more.
James K. A. Smith, D. A. Horton, Elicia Horton, Esther Meek, Bruce Ashford and other leading Christian thinkers help you discover how faith helps us best define “the good life,” and how faith intersects with topics like work, health, rest, play, family, friendship, reading, wisdom and more. Learn more.
Eight leading Christian thinkers present brief, compelling presentations to answer vital questions about the relationship between faith and culture, work and economics. Learn more.
This event featured Nathaniel Jeanson of Answers in Genesis and Dennis Venema of BioLogos. The speakers presented both sides of the issue — so you can understand the debate better. Learn more.
Church planters, pastors, parachurch organizations and students heard from Southeastern faculty on matters of faith, culture, economics and vocation. Learn more.
The FWE Curriculum Project resources professors, pastors, ministry leaders and students to think better about the intersection of faith, work and economics. Ultimately, we hope to better equip and more faithfully serve God’s people, the Bride of the risen Christ. Learn more.
The Intersect Project Ph.D. Student Challenge Symposium was designed to engage future teachers, pastors and church leaders in pursuit of a better understanding of the theology of faith, work and economics and to facilitate broader discussion in both the church and the academy on the intersection of these key issues. Learn more.
The SEBTS PhD Colloquium Series aims to stimulate thought, advance scholarship and build faith in the life of the doctoral students, faculty and friends of Southeastern. Occasionally, scholars deal with topics at the intersection of faith and culture. Learn more.
Chapel at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary provides students, faculty and staff a spiritual refuge where they focus on their personal relationship with Christ — the foundation for ministry. Occasionally, chapel speakers deal with cultural topics. Learn more.