Roundtable Talk: WHAT THE CHURCH NEEDS TO HEAR ABOUT THE HOLY SPIRIT

Speaker(s): Cherith Fee Nordling, Glen Scorgie, Rikk Watts
Date: Summer 2019
Length: 43m
Product ID: RGDL4902AB

Purchase Options:

MP3 Download - $4.00

Description

Faculty Roundtable is a time to get to know members of the teaching team at Regent Collegeu2014full-time faculty, visiting professors, and friends.

At this week's discussion, Dr. Rikk Watts, Dr. Cherith Fee Nordling, and Dr. Glen Scorgie weigh in on what they would most like to say to today's church about the Holy Spirit.

See All Audio by Cherith Fee Nordling Glen Scorgie Rikk Watts

Cherith Fee Nordling is Associate Professor of Theology at Northern Seminary in Lombard, Illinois, USA. She is author of Knowing God by Name: A Conversation between Elizabeth A. Johnson and Karl Barth, which is Volume 13 of the Issues in Systematic Theology series.

Glen G. Scorgie, professor of theology at Bethel Seminary San Diego since 1996. Previously, he had taught for 15 years at North American Baptist College, Canadian Bible College, and Canadian Theological Seminary. He also served as Academic Dean and Vice President at North American Baptist College in Edmonton, Alberta. He received his Ph.D. from the University of St. Andrews. He has been assisting with preaching and teaching at Chinese Bible Church of San Diego since 1997. Dr. Scorgie and his wife Kate have three children.

Rikk E. Watts is Professor of New Testament at Regent College. Previously, he served as an instructor at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, Wycliffe Hall at Oxford University, La Trobe University, and the Bible College of Victoria (now the Melbourne School of Theology). He is author of Isaiah's New Exodus in Mark, as well as a founding member of On Being, an Australian Christian magazine.

Related Audio

Details / Buy

Our Journeys Shape us

Speaker: Rhonda McEwen

Details / Buy

Living Well Forum: Intimacy & Community in a Fragmenting Culture

Speaker: Connally Gilliam

Details / Buy

Cry to the Lord in Your Trouble

Speaker: Cindy Aalders

Details / Buy

MARRIAGE, SEX, AND FAMILY IN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE

Speaker: Sarah Williams

Details / Buy

Maid to See God

Speaker: Diane Stinton

Details / Buy

Is there a Future for 'Natural Theology'? Evolution, Cooperation, and the Question of God.

Speaker: Sarah Coakley

Details / Buy

Fellowship with God...fellowship with one another

Speaker: Amanda Russell-Jones

Details / Buy

Women in the New Testament and Early Church

Speaker: Lynn Cohick

Details / Buy

Costly Grace & Severe Mercy: Theological Resonance in Louise Penny's "Three Pines" Mystery Novels

Speaker: Maxine Hancock

Details / Buy

Held by a Mindful Maker

Speaker: Claire Perini

Details / Buy

Spiritual Discipline vs. Instant Gratification

Speaker: Marva Dawn

Details / Buy

Motherhood and Martyrdom: Family and Faith in the Early Church

Speaker: Lynn Cohick

Details / Buy

Thy Kingdom Come: Exploring a Biblical Vision of Justice

Speaker: Mariam Kovalishyn

Details / Buy

Relevance, Resistance & Responsibility: The Church's Response to the Concerns of Contemporary Theology

Speaker: Cherith Fee Nordling

Details / Buy

JUSTICE, ADVOCACY, AND THE REDEMPTIVE POWER OF LAW: ARE WE ASKING LAW TO DO TOO MUCH (OR TOO LITTLE) IN A BROKEN WORLD?

Speaker: Barbara Armacost

Details / Buy

Dominance and Dissent: Christians, Culture and Power from the Early Church to the Modern Age

Speaker: Andrea Sterk, Howard Louthan

Details / Buy

WALKING THE SPIRITUAL EXERCISES: PRAYING WITH SCRIPTURE ON THE PILGRIM TRAIL

Speaker: Susan S. Phillips

Details / Buy

Theology of Beauty (2017)

Speaker: Laura Smit

Details / Buy

Linlathen 2018: The Heartbeat of Earth - A Theological Knowing of Land

Speaker: Cheryl Bear, Loren Wilkinson

Details / Buy

Margaret Visser on The Meaning of Saints

Speaker: Margaret Visser

Details / Buy

Eye of the Beholder: Luci Shaw Poetry Reading

Speaker: Luci Shaw

Details / Buy

Lunchtime Lecture: "We are Changed Souls": Prophetic Critique and Post-Secular Hope in the Fiction of Douglas Coupland

Speaker: Mary McCampbell