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.
Scott Rae, Professor of Christian Ethics at Biola University in La Mirada, CA, recently presented a lecture titled “The Virtues of Capitalism” at Southeastern Seminary. In it, he addressed income inequality, economic theory and why pastors need to be literate about economics.
As we look past the election, how should we live?
Craig Bartholomew, Professor of Philosophy at Redeemer University College, addresses this question in his election-day talk at Southeastern Seminary on Luke 24:13-42: “Two Meals, Two Ways, Two Americas?”