Bernd Wannenwetsch MA, Dr. theol., Dr. theol. Habil. (Universities of Munich and Erlangen, Germany). He is a University Lecturer in Ethics, University of Oxford, Harris Manchester College. Bernd's research focuses on conceptual problems in Christian ethics, tradition and postmodernism, scriptural ethics, worship, politics, labour and work, the relationship of the sexes, and the theologies of Martin Luther and Dietrich Bonhoeffer. Bernd is an ordained minister of the Lutheran Church of Bavaria. His most recent book is Political Worship: Ethics for Christian Citizens.
Evening Public Lecture Series 2009
Speaker(s): Bern Wannenwetsch, Bruce Waltke, Cherith Fee Nordling, Darrell Johnson, James Houston, John Barclay, John Stackhouse, Jonathan Chaplain, Krish Kandiah, Mark Noll, Marva Dawn, Maxine Hancock, Michael Goheen, Michael Ward, Minho Song, Oliver Crisp, Paul Barnett, Paul Helm, Ralph Woods, Susan Philips
Date: Jan. to Dec. 2009
Length: 26hr 42min
Product ID: RGDL3900S
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This is a set of all the Evening Public Lectures of 2009:
- Is Worldview Important for the Local Congregation? - Michael Goheen
- Luther's Strange Advice: How Running Away from God Solves the Problem of Evil - John Stackhouse
- Teaching and Admonishing One Another Through Worship in the Spirit - Cherith Fee Nordling
- The Church's Gift for the Millennials - Marva Dawn
- The Loss of the Psalter - The Loss of Christian Devotion? - James Houston
- Engaging Athiesm: Taking Athiests to Church or Taking the Church to Athiests - Krish Kandiah
- After You Have Done Everything to Stand: Recasting Ageing Within the Pilgrimage of Faith - Maxine Hancock
- The Glory of Preaching: Participating in God's Transformation of the World - Darrell Johnson
- What is the Point of Prayer? John Calvin on Petitioning God - Oliver Crisp
- Spiritual Direction as a Navigational Aid in Sanctification - Susan Philips
- Translating the Faith into Other Cultures: Where is the Limit? - Paul Helm
- Paul's Conversion and Pastoral Ministry Today - Paul Barnett
- Saints From the Non-Western World: Exemplars Worth Knowing, Stories Worth Telling - Mark Noll
- Who Are You? An Exposition of Psalm 8 - Bruce Waltke
- Angels With Broken Wings: What the Disabled Teach Us About Our Common Humanity - Bernd Wannenwetsch
- Food, Culture, and the Formation of Christian Identity - John Barclay
- You Are the Rock of My Salvation - Minho Song
- C.S. Lewis and the Baptised Imagination - Michael Ward
- Flannery O'Connor on the Culture of Life and the Culture of Death - Ralph Wood
- Has Multiculturalism Reached a Dead End? - Jonathan Chaplain
See All Audio by Bern Wannenwetsch Bruce Waltke Cherith Fee Nordling Darrell Johnson James Houston John Barclay John Stackhouse Jonathan Chaplain Krish Kandiah Mark Noll Marva Dawn Maxine Hancock Michael Goheen Michael Ward Minho Song Oliver Crisp Paul Barnett Paul Helm Ralph Woods Susan Philips
Bruce Waltke is Professor Emeritus in Old Testament Studies at Regent College in Vancouver, British Columbia. He is the author of Genesis: A Commentary, Creation and Chaos, Finding the Will of God: A Pagan Notion?, An Introduction to Biblical Hebrew Syntax, and commentaries on Micah. He also served on the translation committee of the NIV Bible.
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.
Darrell W. Johnson is Senior Minister at First Baptist Church in Vancouver and former Associate Professor of Pastoral Theology at Regent College. Before coming to Regent he served for 30 years as Preaching Pastor for churches in the United States and the Philippines. He continues to teach as a sessional lecturer at Regent College.
James M. Houston is Board of Governors' Professor of Spiritual Theology at Regent College. Previously, he was University Lecturer at Oxford University. He is author of I Believe in the Creator, In Search of Happiness, The Heart's Desire: A Guide to Personal Fulfillment, The Transforming Power of Prayer: Deepening Your Friendship with God., Joyful Exiles, and Letters of Faith Through the Seasons.
John Barclay is Lightfoot Professor of Divinity at Durham University. He is author of many books, including Pauline Churches and Diaspora Jews, Colossians and Philemon, and Obeying the Truth. A Study of Paul's Ethics in Galatians.
John G. Stackhouse, Jr. is the Samuel J. Mikolaski Professor of Religious Studies and Dean of Faculty Development at Crandall University in New Brunswick. Prior to this, he was the Sangwoo Youtong Chee Professor of Theology and Culture at Regent College. He serves as an advisory editor at Christianity Today, a contributing editor at Books & Culture, and a columnist for Faith Today. He is the author of eight books, including Need to Know: Vocation as the Heart of Christian Epistemology, Making the Best of It: Following Christ in the Real World, and Can God be Trusted?: Faith and the Challenge of Evil, as well as the co-author, editor, and co-editor of seven more. His articles have been featured in many publications, including The New York Times, The Times Literary Supplement, The Atlantic, Time, and Reader's Digest.
Jonathan Chaplin is Director of the Kirby Laing Institute for Christian Ethics at Tyndale House in Cambridge, UK. He is author of Herman Dooyeweerd: Christian Philosopher of State and Civil Society, as well as editor of many books, including Politics and the Parties: When Christians Disagree.
Krish Kandiah is President of London School of Theology and founder and director of Home for Good. He is author of many books, including Home for Good: Making a Difference for Vulnerable Children, Dysciples, and Just Politics.
Mark A. Noll is Francis A. McAnaney Professor of History at the University of Notre Dame, as well as co-founder of the Institute of American Evangelicals at Wheaton College. He is author of many books, including Protestantism: A Very Short Introduction, The Scandal of the Evangelical Mind, A History of Christianity in the United States and Canada, and Is the Reformation Over?: An Evangelical Assessment of Contemporary Roman Catholicism.
Marva Dawn is Teaching Fellow of Spiritual Theology at Regent College. She is also a prolific author, theologian and founder of Christians Equipped for Ministry. Her books include Keeping the Sabbath Wholly and Unfettered Hope: A Call to Faithful Living in an Affluent Society.
Maxine Hancock is Professor Emerita of Interdisciplinary Studies and Spiritual Theology at Regent College. Among her books are several on family relationships, including Living on Less and Liking in More, Re-evaluating Your Commitments and Creative, Confident, Children, as well as a study on John Bunyan in A Key in the Window: Marginal Notes in Bunyan's Narratives. She received the Word Guild's Leslie K. Tarr Award in 1990 for her contribution to Christian writing in Canada, and the Leading Women's Award in Communications and Media in 2004 for her leadership in communicating the Christian faith in Canada.
Michael Goheen is Professor and Jake and Betsy Tuls Chair of Missiology at Calvin Theological Seminary in Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA. He has written several books, including Introducing Christian Mission: Scripture, History, and Issues, A Light to the Nations: The Missional Church in the Biblical Story, and As the Father Has Sent Me, I Am Sending You.
Michael Ward is Professor of Apologetics at Houston Bible University in Houston, Texas, USA, and Director of the C.S. Lewis Centre in Oxford, UK. He is author of The Narnia Code: C.S. Lewis and the Secret of the Seven Heavens and Planet Narnia: The Seven Heavens in the Imagination of C.S. Lewis, as well as editor (with Robert MacSwain) of The Cambridge Companion to C.S. Lewis.
Minho Song BA (UBC), Mdiv, ThM (Regent College), PhDn(Trinity Evangelical Divinity School). Senior Pastor, Young Nak Korean PresbyteriannChurch of Toronto. Minho Song was a missionary to SE Asia with OMF International. He is currentlynsenior pastor of Young Nak Korean Presbyterian Church of Toronto. Henalso serves as adjunct professor at Asian Theological Seminary in the Philippines,nwhere he taught missions for many years.
Dr. Oliver D. Crisp is Professor of Systematic Theology at Fuller Theological Seminary. He has published many articles in professional journals including Religious Studies, Journal of Theological Studies, and International Journal for Systematic Theology. He is also the editor of eight books, including Text Message: Preaching Scripture in The Multimedia Age (with Ian Stackhouse), Christology Ancient and Modern: Explorations in Constructive Dogmatics (with Fred Sanders), and Jonathan Edwards: Philosophical Theologian (with Paul Helm).
Paul Barnett was the Anglican Bishop of North Sydney in Australia and is Teaching Fellow, Biblical Studies, Regent College. Lecturer, Moore Theological College, Sydney. THL (Moore Theological College), MA (Sydney), BDS, ThSchol, PhD (University of London). He is author of Jesus and the Logic of History, as well as commentaries on Mark, Romans, 1 Corinthians, 2 Corinthians and Revelation
Paul S. Helm is Teaching Fellow at Regent College. He has served as President of the British Society of the Philiosophy of Religion and authored numerous books including Eternal God: A Study of God without Time and Faith Understanding.
Ralph C. Wood is University Professsor of Theology and Literature at Baylor University. There he has taught award-winning courses that are devoted to the relation of Christian faith to imaginitive literature. He is the author of The Comedy of Redemption: Christian Faith and Comic Vision in Four American Novelists., Contending for the Faith: The Church's Engagement with Culture, The Gospel According to Tolkien: Visions of the Kingdom in Middle-earth and Flannery O'Connor and the Christ-Haunted South.
Susan S. Phillips is Executive Director and Professor of Christianity and Sociology at New College Berkeley (an affiliate of the Graduate Theological Union in California). Susan is keenly interested in how engaging the caring practices will shape us spiritually. She is a certified spiritual director (Mercy Center, Burlingame, California) and has practised spiritual direction since the early 1990s. She edited (with Patricia Benner) The Crisis of Care and her most recent book is Candlelight: Illuminating the Art of Spiritual Direction.
Angels With Broken Wings: What the Disabled Teach Us About Our Common Humanity
Speaker: Bernd Wannenwetsh
C.S. Lewis, Narnia, and the Baptised Imagination
Speaker: Michael Ward
Engaging Atheism - Taking Atheists to Church or Taking the Church to Atheists
Speaker: Krish Kandiah
Flannery O'Connor on the Culture of Life and the Culture of Death
Speaker: Ralph Wood
Is Worldview Important for the Local Congregation?
Speaker: Michael Goheen
Luther's Strange Advice: How Running Away from God Solves the Problem of Evil
Speaker: John Stackhouse
Paul's Conversion and Pastoral Ministry Today
Speaker: Paul Barnett
Saints from the Non-Western World: Exemplars Worth Knowing, Stories Worth Telling
Speaker: Mark Noll
Spiritual Direction as a Navigational Aid in Sanctification
Speaker: Susan Phillips
Teaching and Admonishing One Another Through Worship in the Spirit
Speaker: Cherith Fee Nordling
The Church's Gifts for the Millennials
Speaker: Marva Dawn
The Glory of Preaching: Participating in God's Transformation of the World
Speaker: Darrell Johnson
The Loss of the Psalter - The Loss of Christian Devotion?
Speaker: James Houston
Translating the Faith Into Other Cultures: Where is the Limit?
Speaker: Paul Helm
What Is the Point of Prayer?: John Calvin on Petitioning God
Speaker: Oliver Crisp
Who Are You?: An Exposition of Psalm 8
Speaker: Bruce Waltke
You Are the Rock of My Salvation: The Story of Rev. Kil Sun Joo and the Great Revival of 1907
Speaker: Minho Song