News & Culture Archives - Seedbed

In light of COVID-19, we must gently and firmly allow the reality and gravity of our circumstances to register in the deep places of our souls.

They were one of the biggest bands in Christian worship music at that time. I was standing in the largest church in my city,...

Pope Francis created quite a stir recently when he made the statement, “The Lord has redeemed all of us, all of us, with the Blood of Christ: all of us, not just Catholics. Everyone!” In this post, Timothy Tennent addresses how the Pope's statement can be viewed through the lens of Reformed theology, Wesleyan theology, and Christocentric universalism.

Have you ever wondered whether it was a good idea to have entertainment that is overtly Christian? Chris McCreary shares some thoughts about the upcoming movie sequel, God's Not Dead 2 and what it means for both Christians and non-Christians.

In country and western legend Willie Nelson’s song “Me and Paul,“ Nelson writes and repeats “I guess Nashville was the roughest, but I know...
video Like all of you, we are grieved at the enormous pain and suffering in our nation surrounding the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor,...

The most watched television event of all year is finally upon us. In this round up of Internet links, you'll find the provocative, the serious, and everything else you need to know about Super Bowl 50.

The Rev. Omar Rikabi has a foot in two worlds. As a Christian minister he cares deeply for the church, while also holding dear his beloved family in the Muslim world. Watch Part II of this video interview as he invites us into his struggle to love both communities faithfully.

Dark Knight Rises - Video Review 7/23 at 12pm (EST) featuring live commentary by Dr. Ben Witherington and Dr. Philip Tallon, both sharp scholars in their respective fields, with a discussion about theology and film. The event will be moderated by J.D. Walt, Seedbed's Sower in Chief.

Vanderbilt University’s administration in Nashville, Tennessee has a policy forbidding campus religious groups from making sure that student leaders share the groups’ core beliefs. Vanderbilt’s Intervarsity Graduate Christian Fellowship is in the thick of the battle there.