Craig Bartholomew, Professor of Religion and Theology at Redeemer University, grew up in South Africa. In a luncheon at Southeastern Seminary, he addressed racism, ministry, preaching, and modernity. Dr. Bartholomew shared some of what he learned about racism and idolatry from his time growing up in South Africa, and applied it to American evangelicals.
This past fall, Hunter Baker, Associate Professor of Political Science at Union University, gave a lecture at Southeastern Seminary discussing the reasons why work is important in our lives, and in the economy. Dr. Baker specifically highlighted the growing problem of the missing men in the American workforce. Check out the video below to watch the lecture.
Gregory Thornbury, President of The King’s College in New York City, discusses the topic of if we as Christians are content to watch and comment on culture, or if we are going to create culture.