Brian Walsh has had a long history in Campus ministry. Presently he is the Christian Reformed Chaplin at the University of Toronto. Brian has always been passionate about mentoring students in a radical discipleship to Jesus Christ. His many publications bear witness to this passion. Together with his wife, Sylvia Keesmaat, he wrote a book on reading the epistle to the Colossians in a postmodern context. And with Hope College professor of religion, Steve Bouma-Prediger, Brian is working on a manuscript addressing questions of home, homelessness and homecoming.
Scripture, Poetry & a Liberated Imagination
Speaker(s): Brian Walsh, Bud Osborn, Charles Ringma, Darrell Johnson, David Bentall, David Gill, David Wright, Del Ratzsch, Jens Zimmerman, Stanley Grenz
Date: Jan 14, 2005
Product ID: RGMP3438S
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This is a collection of Evening Public Lectures from the Winter of 2005. Lectures include:
Bud Osborn has been a poet and social activist for nearly 40 years. His 5 published books of poetry included Lonesome Monsters (Anvil, 2nd printing, 1999), Hundred Block Rock (Arsenal Pulp, 1999), and Keys to the Kingdom (Get to the Point, 1999) which won the City of Vancouver Book Award. Bud Osborn's poetic credo is "fidelity to lived experience." He has recorded his poetry and performed with musicians locally at the Vancouver Folk and Jazz Festivals, and as far abroad as Taegu, South Korea.Osborn lives in Vancouver where he is compiling a new collection of poetry and has recently completed a prose manuscript entitled "Crazed Dust"
Charles R. Ringma is Professor Emeritus of Missions and Evangelism at Regent College. He is author of many books, including Gadamer's Dialogical Hermeneutic, Cry Liberation: With Voices from the Developing World, and Seek the Silences With Thomas Merton: Reflections on Identity, Community and Transformative Action.
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.
David C. Bentall, founder of Next Step Advisors, is a graduate of UBC's Commerce Faculty and Harvard's Business School. For twenty years David Bentall worked in his family's real estate and construction businesses. He served as President and CEO of Dominion Construction. David Bentall is a gifted moderator and a trained facilitator. He has recently released a new book called The Company You Keep: The Transforming Power of Male Relationships.
David W. Gill is the President of the International Jacques Ellul Society and served as Carl I. Lindberg Professor of Apllied Ethics at North Park University in Chicago. His publications include The Word of God in Ethics of Jacques Ellul, Peter the Rock: Extraordinary Insights from an Ordinary Man, and The Opening of the Christian Mind.
David Wright is a former professor of Patristic & Reformed Christianity at the University of Edinburgh and is currently the president of the ScottishChurch History Society. Wright is an elder in the Church of Scotland and is a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society.
Del Ratzsch is a professor of philosophy at Calvin College and felow of the International Society for Complexity, Information & Design. He has taught courses on such topics as Sherlock Holmes, science-religion, original debates, intelligent design, and "popular" Philosophy. He has written many articles for such journals as International Studies in the Philosophy of science, Monist, and Faith and Philosophy
Jens Zimmermann is Associate Professor of German and English at Trinity Western University and has been awarded a five-year Canadian Council Research Chair in Interpretation, Religion, and Culture, beginning in the fall of 2006. He has published works across several disciplines, including Recovering Theological Hermeneutics: an Incarnational-Trinitarian Theory of Interpretation and, with Dr. Norman Klassen, The Passionate Intellect: Incarnational humanism and the future of university education.
Stanley J. Grenz was the Pioneer McDonald Professor of Baptist Heritage, Theology and Ethics at Carey Theological College. He was a former Baptist pastor and author of numerous books including Sexual Ethics: An Evangelical Perspective, The Moral Quest: Foundations of Christian Ethics, and Theology for the Community of God.
A Discussion on Brian McLaren's 'Generous Orthodoxy'
Speaker: Charles Ringma, Darrell Johnson, Stanley Grenz … (see details for all)
Becoming the Potter's Rib
Speaker: Brian Williams
Being in Time: The Interpretive Nature of the Christian Faith
Speaker: Jens Zimmerman
Challenges for Women in Leadership
Speaker: Roberta Hestenes
Christian Moral Values in an age of Political & Social Conflict
Speaker: David Gill
Come Lord Jesus
Speaker: Darrell Johnson
Exposing Biblical Creation
Speaker: Hugh Ross
Getting to the Bottom of It, or What's Yarning for?
Speaker: Valentine Cunningham
How to Be Both Biblical & Feminist
Speaker: John Stackhouse
Images of the Last Supper in Christian Art
Speaker: Lindsay Farrell
Intelligent Design / The Death of Religion & the Birth of Science
Speaker: Del Ratzsch
Let's Do It Again & Again
Speaker: Gordon Smith
Life in the USA What the 5 Academy Award Nominees for Best Picture Tell Us About It
Speaker: Andrew Trotter
Living with Death, Dying with Life
Speaker: Mark Strom
Making Sense of Genesis 1
Speaker: Rikk Watts
Missions & the Idea of Civilization
Speaker: Andrew Walls
Reading the Bible with the Damned: Discovering Afresh the Gospel that Has the Power to Save
Speaker: Bob Ekblad
Reading the Song of Songs as Ancient Love Lyrics & as Word of God
Speaker: Tremper Longman III
Spiritual Imagination: Recapitualtion as an Interpretive Principle
Speaker: Hans Boersma
The Future of Evangelical Roman Catholic Relations
Speaker: Richard John Neuhaus
The Rise of Evangelical Conversion Narrative
Speaker: Bruce Hindmarsh
The Role of Tradition in Evangelical Theology
Speaker: Christopher Hall
The Strange History of Infant Baptism
Speaker: David Wright
The Supremacy, Suffiency and Finality of Christ
Speaker: Victor Shepherd
To Be or Not to Be? Bodily Resurrection or Immortality of the Soul
Speaker: Cherith Fee Nordling
U2: Did They Come to Play Jesus?
Speaker: Steve Stockman
U2: To Claim the Victory Jesus Won
Speaker: Steve Stockman
Uses & Abuses of Power in the Christian Roman Empire
Speaker: Andrea Sterk
What Happened to Christian Canada?
Speaker: Mark Noll