The church has always had a dynamic relationship with science—sometimes a positive one while other times a rather stifling one. In today's Seven Minute Seminary, Dr. John Walton explains the key to understanding the creation account found in Genesis 1-2, and how this relates to scientific theories.
In this video, John Walton uses ancient Near Easter evidence to make the case that the creation narratives in Genesis are about function and order, not material origins. Watch to find out how this has a bearing on our interpretation of these events and how this relates to faith and science.
http://youtu.be/RbKtXvGCYyo Dr. Charles Gutenson here outlines John Wesley's order of salvation—that work of God which begins with prevenient grace and ends with glorifying grace. View our...
Marina Warner has written an intriguing book, Once Upon a Time: A Short History of Fairy Tale (Oxford: 2014, 201 pp.). The book plunges...
In this Seven Minute Seminary, Dr. Sandra Richter shares on the topic of Christians and environmentalism, and why the Bible has more to say on the topic than most people think.
What is the resurrection and why does it matter for the Christian faith? Hear Dr. Ben Witherington share about its uniqueness and significance for every believer.
How should we understand Genesis 2 in light of Genesis 1? What are the issues involved? Is Genesis 1 and Genesis 2 portraying the same event? Dr. Sandy Richter leads us in discussion on how to read Genesis 2.
“God created the great sea monsters and every living creature that moves, of every kind, with which the waters swarm” (Gen. 1:21). There is...
Why do gender differences matter, and what do they have to do with the spiritual union between Christ and his church? Watch this Seven Minute Seminary video with Christopher West, popularizer of Pope John Paul II's work on Theology of the Body.
Listen in on Steve Martyn and Ken Collins as they host a series preaching through John Wesley's sermons, arranged topically according to the Order of Salvation. This week, enjoy Original Sin (Genesis 6:5). Check back every Sunday for a new sermon.