A passionate talk by Francis Chan at the Desiring God 2011 Pastors Conference.
Not necessarily a classic reared theologian, but certainly one of the great prophetic and retrospective minds of our current time. Cornel West is someone we need to tune into when seeing our faith in today’s culture. There is a whole lot crammed in this little interview you will need to watch more than once.
Dr. Dallas Willard, Professor of Philosophy at the University of Southern California, discusses the interaction of theology and the workplace.
This video is a part of the Leadership Lecture Series, and was recorded September 16, 2011 at the Talbot School of Theology Faculty Retreat in La Quinta, CA.
I was/is a big fan on Rob Bell’s Drop Like Stars hard cover book with its artistic design weaved into the message.
This is Rob’s Drop Like Stars road show that went on tour. He covers some great points on dealing with loss, clearing out the excess of life, and coming to know God’s purpose for you. This isn’t our normal academic theological talk, and many disagree with Rob’s theology all together. That is okay, not every talk we publish is agreeable to everyone. Somehow we feel that God is big enough for them all.
If you want to order the tour DVD: Drops Like Stars Tour Film
One of those globally recognizable spiritual leaders. Desmond Tutu has a unique experience and framework to share on reconciliation and the love towards the other. Archbishop Desmond Tutu shares with the spirit of “Ubuntu” as shaped by faith and lived out.
Archbishop Desmond Tutu was awarded the 1984 Nobel Peace Prize for his immense contribution to the cause of human rights. He spent years working to create a democratic and just society without racial divisions in South Africa. In 1995 Tutu was chosen by President Nelson Mandela to chair South Africa’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission and investigate the crimes committed during the apartheid regime. Since 2000 the Desmond Tutu Peace Centre has promoted ethical, visionary and values-based human development. Series: “Voices” [12/2005] [Humanities] [Show ID: 11162]
This comes via “The Tech-ology Show” which is a Wesleyan based podcast show. Dr. Dongell is a professor of biblical studies at Asbury Seminary (among other titles and works). A lot of talk of John Wesley, mainly that Wesleyan holiness might more reflect a Theology of Love. Skip past their general conference recaps and show introduction to get to the good stuff around minute eight.
Not exactly cinematography at its finest, but these seem to never to be that way.
The lecture by Jurgen Moltmann at Reformation Day 2011 at Candler School of Theology, Emory University. Lecture title is “”Sun of Righteousness, Arise!” The Justification of Sinners and Victims, from Martin Luther to Martin Luther King”. Candler School of Theology — www.candler.emory.edu. Pitts Theology Library — www.pitts.emory.edu.