2021 MidWinters

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2021 MidWinters

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Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary's 2021 Midwinter lectures. The 2021 MidWinters were held entirely online due to the ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic.

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Tomorrow, Tomorrow, Tomorrow...
Second MidWinter Sermon of 2021. Kaci Clark-Porter preaches on hope for change in circumstances when nothing seems to change. The Scripture reading was Exodus 1:8-2:10.

Weeds and Words
First Midwinter Sermon of 2021. Kaci Clark-Porter preaches on the provocative nature of parables. The scripture reading was Mark 4:30-34.

From Plague to Pandemic: <br /><br />
What Julian of Norwich Teaches us about Suffering, Labor, and Wellness: A Matter of Perspective
Second Jones lecture of 2021. Drawing on Julian of Norwich, Carol Howard Merritt discusses hope and resilience in times of trial.

From Plague to Pandemic: <br /><br />
What Julian of Norwich Teaches us about Suffering, Labor, and Wellness: Making Sense out of Suffering
First Jones Lecture of 2021. Reflecting on Julian of Norwhich, Carol Howard Merritt asks "what meaning can be found in suffering while not glorifying it?"

Can the Christian Communities of the Global South Teach Us Something about Christianity and the Need for ‘Enchantment’?
Second Westervelt Lecture of 2021. Carlos Cardoza-Orlandi asks whether safe theological answers prevent us from the daily experience of mystery.

What is it in the Growth of Christianity in the Global South?
In this first Westervelt Lecture of 2021, Carlos Cardoza-Orlandi discusses whether Western Christianity has lost touch with the daily sense of wonder, juxtaposing it with the faith as practiced in the global south.

Good News for the Great Awokening:<br /><br />
Gospel Truths for the Frightened, the Angry, and the Ever-Aware: Church
Third Currie Lecture of 2021. Scott Black Johnston contemplates the ways in which the contemporary church might respond to the pressures and opportunities prestented by the "Great Awokening."

Good News for the Great Awokening:<br /><br />
Gospel Truths for the Frightened, the Angry, and the Ever-Aware: Challenge
Second Currie Lecture of 2021. Consider 3 challenges the "Great Awokening" presents to he Church: That post protestant moment, We suffer from "Truth decay," and that Righteous anger is everywhere.

Good News for the Great Awokening:<br /><br />
Gospel Truths for the Frightened, the Angry, and the Ever-Aware: Context
First Currie Lecture of 2021. Scott Black Johnston posits that our cultural moment shares several parallels with the first Two Great Awakenings.
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