Building on the previous lecture, Jinkins argues that we need to recover the core theological concern of Christian faith: Living the life for which God created us.
Michael Jinkins recounts the beginnings of the reformed project, particularly Calvin's emphasis on countering superstition, ignorance, and corruption.
Second MidWinter sermon of 2011. The reading was Matthew 28:16-20.
This sermon was delivered during the opening worship of MidWinters 2011. The reading was Luke 12:22-34.
In the final Currie Lecture of 2011 Timothy Tyson emphasizes the need for educational and personal formation.
Timothy Tyson discusses the Gospel, the African-American experience, and the history of race in America and reflects on how the impulses of blues, jazz, and gospel give rise to liberation.
Blood Done Sign Our Names: God Almighty, Christian Bootleggers, Rebel Church Ladies, and My Crazy Uncle Earl
Historian Timothy Tyson discusses how the complexities of the racial history of the church and the United States have been lost by our simplistic narratives in this first Currie Lecture of 2011.
Andrew Zirschky preaches on the prodigal son. The Scripture readings were Luke 15:1-3, 11b-32 and 2 Corinthians 5:16-21.
Building on her first MidWinter sermon, Betsy Lyles Swetenberg cautions against the danger of "running someone elses race" and asks us to reflect on what work God is calling us to today. The Scripture reading was Hebrews 12:1-3. The Scripture…
MidWinters preacherBetsy Lyles Swetenberg encourages us to "look up" and remember those who came before amidst the sting of the continued separation brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic. The Scripture reading was Hebrews 11:17-34.