Tag: culture

May 25, 2016
Where Are Their Boots? Dr. Terry Woodson, Adjunct Professor of World Missions & Intercultural Studies and Advisor to African American students, offers encouragement to leverage a position of...
Apr 21, 2016
Andre Rose
Persevering in Our Culture Andre Rose asks how to respond when questions come from an unbelieving culture, offering an alternative to the default of the path of least resistance.
Mar 11, 2016
Matt Mikalatos
Opening Our Eyes Matt Mikalatos, staff member with CRU, ends WEC week by encouraging and mobilizing church leaders that are aware of and choose to address the blind spots found in society.
Arts & Media
Feb 18, 2016
Chrissy SegulinChrissy Segulin
Review: Risen Movie: Through the Eyes of a Soldier Like CSI, the film “Risen”—a Sony/TriStar production that opens today—starts after “the main event” has happened and follows the main character as he seeks to piece...
Oct 29, 2015
Scott S. Cunningham
3 Changing Trends in Majority World Seminaries Dr. Scott Cunningham, Vice President of International Partnerships for Overseas Council, discusses both the increasing and decreasing trends of seminary education in the majority...
Public Square
Sep 29, 2015
John DicksonJohn DicksonDarrell L. BockDarrell L. Bock
Generosity, Truth and Beauty in Spiritual Conversations In this episode, Dr. Darrell Bock and John Dickson discuss living the Christian life as a cultural minority, focusing on the concepts of generosity, truth and beauty in spiritual...
Aug 5, 2015
Barry D. JonesBarry D. Jones
Live Such Good Lives Dr. Barry Jones, Associate Professor of Pastoral Ministries, reminds us the faithful response to an increasingly inhospitable culture is to live the life that draws the gaze of...
Oct 24, 2014
Robert K. Johnston
Learning from the Contemporary, Worldwide Church: from Spirit to Word Dr. Robert Johnston, Professor of Theology and Culture of Fuller Theological Seminary, speaks on and answers questions on how experience, culture, tradition, church and the Bible...
Feb 7, 2014
Mark Dever
Six Reasons a Right Ecclesiology is Important for the Church Today Mark Dever continues the W.H. Griffith Thomas Lectureship offering six reasons why a right ecclesiology is important for the church today: Pastors, Membership, Structure, Culture,...
Oct 17, 2013
Rollin Van BroekhovenRollin Van Broekhoven
Bringing Strange Ideas to Our Ears Retired Judge, Honorable Rollin Van Broekhoven, discusses engaging culture for Christ and getting a hearing for the Gospel.
Oct 8, 2013
John S. Dickerson
The Great Evangelical Recession John Dickerson, Senior Pastor of Cornerstone Evangelical Free Church in Prescott, Arizona, talks about the 6 factors that could challenge the American church.
Book Excerpts
Aug 1, 2013
Aubrey M. MalphursAubrey M. Malphurs
Look Before You Lead Now that we know how important congregational culture is and that it plays a critical role in leadership and the very survival of our churches, it’s time to define what...
Apr 10, 2013
Darrell L. BockDarrell L. BockLee StrobelLee Strobel
Culture and Apologetics Lee Strobel and Darrell Bock discuss today's culture as it relates to apologetics.
Apr 2, 2013
Darrell L. BockDarrell L. BockW. Hall HarrisW. Hall Harris
Discrepancies in the Gospels Dr. Darrell Bock invites Dr. Hall Harris, Professor of New Testament Studies, to discuss apparent discrepancies in events recorded in the Gospels.
Mar 5, 2013
John DyerJohn Dyer
Thinking Theologically About Technology and Culture John Dyer, Executive Director of Communications and Educational Technology, DTS, shows how technology is a God-given transformative force throughout the story of God and church...
Feb 1, 2013
Darrell L. BockDarrell L. BockDavid K. LoweryDavid K. LowerySandra GlahnSandra GlahnVictor D. AndersonVictor D. Anderson
Cultural Shift of Hostility Darrell Bock leads a panel discussion with Vic Anderson, Sandra Glahn, and David Lowery about being a Christian in a shifting and more hostile culture.
Dec 1, 2012
Jenny McGillJenny McGill
An Interview with Alister McGrath DTS grad and adviser to internationals, Jenny McGill, talks with the British theologian about the existence of God, the New Atheism, natural and historical theology, and much, much...
Nov 30, 2012
Elliot E. JohnsonElliot E. JohnsonNathan D. HolsteenNathan D. HolsteenRobert B. ChisholmRobert B. Chisholm
The Importance of the Historical Adam Dr. Mark Yarbrough, Dr. Elliott Johnson, Dr. Nathan Holsteen, Dr. Bob Chisholm, and Dr. Darrell Bock, discuss the historical Adam.
Sep 28, 2012
Richard A. TaylorRichard A. Taylor
The Alleged Jesus' Wife Text Dr. Richard Taylor discusses and answers questions concerning the recently discovered papyrus allegedly mentioning Jesus' wife.
Sep 14, 2012
J. Kerby AndersonJ. Kerby Anderson
Q&A on Politics and the Press Mr. Kerby Anderson, National Director, Probe Ministries, Plano, TX, leads a Q&A session concerning cultural engagement and the church.
Sep 7, 2012
Stanton JonesStanton Jones
Lessons from the Sexuality Ministry Front Dr. Stanton Jones, Provost & Professor of Psychology, Wheaton College, Wheaton, IL, explains how The Evangelical Church must redouble its efforts to speak the truth in love on...
Dec 8, 2011
Jeff Audrain
A True Story Mr. Jeff Audrain, Gideons International, Nashville, TN, explains how the truth of God's word is always relevant regardless of generation, culture, and prevailing public opinion.
Feb 27, 2009
Mitch GlaserMitch Glaser
Consequence of Belief: Choosing Jesus in Jewish Culture Mitch Glaser, President of Chosen People Ministries, addresses the joys and challenges of being a Messianic believer within the Jewish community. He explains how to emphasize the...
Feb 6, 2009
Thomas C. OdenThomas C. Oden
Libyan Christianity 4: Why Are We Talking About Lybia? Thomas Oden, professor of Theology Emeritus, Drew University; General Editor, Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture, concludes the W.H. Griffith Thomas lectureship by...