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Jonathan Leeman special Lectures - The Church in the World: lecture 4

Jonathan Leeman special Lectures - The Church in the World: lecture 4

July 29, 2021

The final lecture from Jonathan Leeman in our special lecture series touches on topics such as the mission of the church, and straight line and jagged line ethical issues. 

Vital decisions as lockdown restrictions are removed - Coffee Time Conversations

Vital decisions as lockdown restrictions are removed - Coffee Time Conversations

July 19, 2021

As we enter a new phase of the pandemic with most restrictions removed, pastors are faced with new challenges on how and when to make church more normal again with some arguing for a swift return and others advocating for caution.

John and Malcolm, with their years of pastoral experience, discuss this vital topic for these times. 

Jonathan Leeman Special lectures: The Church in the World (lecture three)

Jonathan Leeman Special lectures: The Church in the World (lecture three)

June 30, 2021

Johnathan Leeman delivered our special lectures this year. 

Here is a summary of the lecture series provided by Jonathan: The Church in the World: What is a church and where does it fit onto the landscape of a nation? What’s the relationship between religion and politics, and is that the same thing as the relationship between church and state? What’s the church’s mission and how do Christians live individually and corporately as citizens of heaven here and now? What is justice and are a Christian’s responsibilities for doing justice different than a church’s? These are the kinds of questions to be tackled in this course, which brings together the two fields of ecclesiology and political theology.

Dr Jonathan Leeman is the editorial director for 9Marks. He is the author of a number of books, including Political Church: The Local Church As Embassy Of Christ’s Rule and How the Nations Rage: Rethinking Faith and Politics in a Divided

 

We aim to upload one lecture a week (4 in total). 

Jonathan Leeman Special lectures: The Church in the World (lecture two)

Jonathan Leeman Special lectures: The Church in the World (lecture two)

June 24, 2021

Johnathan Leeman delivered our special lectures this year. 

Here is a summary of the lecture series provided by Jonathan: The Church in the World: What is a church and where does it fit onto the landscape of a nation? What’s the relationship between religion and politics, and is that the same thing as the relationship between church and state? What’s the church’s mission and how do Christians live individually and corporately as citizens of heaven here and now? What is justice and are a Christian’s responsibilities for doing justice different than a church’s? These are the kinds of questions to be tackled in this course, which brings together the two fields of ecclesiology and political theology.

Dr Jonathan Leeman is the editorial director for 9Marks. He is the author of a number of books, including Political Church: The Local Church As Embassy Of Christ’s Rule and How the Nations Rage: Rethinking Faith and Politics in a Divided

 

We aim to upload one lecture a week (4 in total). 

Jonathan Leeman Special lectures: The Church in the World (lecture one)

Jonathan Leeman Special lectures: The Church in the World (lecture one)

June 16, 2021

Johnathan Leeman delivered our special lectures this year. 

Here is a summary of the lecture series provided by Jonathan: The Church in the World: What is a church and where does it fit onto the landscape of a nation? What’s the relationship between religion and politics, and is that the same thing as the relationship between church and state? What’s the church’s mission and how do Christians live individually and corporately as citizens of heaven here and now? What is justice and are a Christian’s responsibilities for doing justice different than a church’s? These are the kinds of questions to be tackled in this course, which brings together the two fields of ecclesiology and political theology.

Dr Jonathan Leeman is the editorial director for 9Marks. He is the author of a number of books, including Political Church: The Local Church As Embassy Of Christ’s Rule and How the Nations Rage: Rethinking Faith and Politics in a Divided

 

We aim to upload one lecture a week (4 in total). 

The Gospel and Creation: The significance of a theology of creation for preaching - Philip Eveson

The Gospel and Creation: The significance of a theology of creation for preaching - Philip Eveson

June 9, 2021

Philip Eveson, former Principal of London Seminary, delivered the Annual Martyn Lloyd-Jones Memorial lecture in 2009 on the importance of a doctrine of creation for preaching. 

Comments on getting organised for coming out of lockdown - Coffee Time Conversations

Comments on getting organised for coming out of lockdown - Coffee Time Conversations

June 1, 2021

Come and listen to John and Malcolm as they discuss how to be organised for church post-lockdown. 

Genesis 1 & 2: A Scientist’s Perspective - Stuart Burgess

Genesis 1 & 2: A Scientist’s Perspective - Stuart Burgess

May 25, 2021

Stuart Burgess gives a scientists perspective on Genesis 1 & 2. Stuart is Professor of Engineering Design at Bristol University

An Agenda for coming out of lockdown - John Benton

An Agenda for coming out of lockdown - John Benton

May 19, 2021

John Benton offers some thoughts about coming out of lockdown for churches

Genesis 1 & 2: The History of Interpretation - Robert Letham

Genesis 1 & 2: The History of Interpretation - Robert Letham

May 17, 2021

How has Genesis 1 and 2 been interpreted throughout the ages of the Church? Bob Letham explains how. A lecture from our 2008 conference. 

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