Description: Bridgett Green preaches on the promise of God's kingdom amidst the injustice and oppression in Jesus' time and our own in this Lenten Sermon. The Scripture readings were Psalm 25:1-2a, 4-5 and Mark 1:9-15.
Description: Ted Wadlaw draws on the wilderness story in Exodus to remind us to keep our eyes open to God's providence in this opening worship sermon for the spring 2021 semester. The Scripture reading was Exodus 16:2-15.
Description: 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.
Description: 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."
Description: 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.