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For Such A Time As This

By Craig Bartholomew
The Dean of the SGC, Craig Bartholomew, preaches Esther 4 at the launch of the Centre.
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Kingdom Economics

By Michael Rhodes
On Friday, November 8, Redeemer University hosted a special guest lecture with Michael Rhodes and Bob Goudzwaard. The theme was ‘Kingdom Economics’ with a discussion of how the Bible informs our economic practices.
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For the Sake of the City & World

By Craig Bartholomew
Craig Bartholomew spoke at the Church of the Incarnation in Harrisonburg, VA on February 17, 2013. Paideia’s fellow in Practical Theology, Aubrey Spears, serves as the pastor of this congregation. This message is a reflection based on the book of Jonah looking at God’s Word for the good of the world.
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The Land of Their Great Desire

By Craig Bartholomew
This is Craig Bartholomew’s two part lecture during Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary’s annual Page Lecture Series. His topic was “Desire and Violence: Rene Girard, the Tenth Commandment, and the Good Neighborhood of Proverbs.”
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What Can We Learn From Anglican Worship?

By Craig Bartholomew
As part of the “Refresh and Renew Worship Conference” at Redeemer University College in September 2011, Craig Bartholomew led a workship entitled What Can we Learn From Anglican Worship. Craig shared about some of the traditions and practices in the Anglican church, exploring how these could be incorporated in worship services.
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Prayer: Recovering the Journey In

By Craig Bartholomew
As part of the “Refresh and Renew Worship Conference” at Redeemer University College in September 2011, Craig Bartholomew led a workship entitled Prayer: Recovering the Journey In.
Prayer is at the heart of the Christian faith, the most intimate place of encounter with God. Christians talk a lot about prayer, but it is not nearly as common to find a deepening practice of prayer. Using the example of Jesus, Criag explored ways of recovering prayer as the journey in, the basis for everything else we do in life.
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Hope in Troubled Times: A New Vision for the Global Economy

By Dr. Goudzwaard
Dr. Goudzwaard, Professor Emeritus of Economics and Social Philosophy at the Free University of Amsterdam, presented “Hope in Troubled Times: A New Vision for the Global Economy”. Panelists following the lecture include: Professor Vahagn Asatryan; Jonathan Wellum, CEO & CIO of RockLinc Investment Partners, Inc.; and Dr. Gideon Strauss, president for the Center for Public Justice and editor of Comment.
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Irrigating in the Desert: A Christian Worldview in Politics

By Ray Pennings
Ray Pennings’ speaks about a christian worldview in politics at the “Living at the Crossroads” conference.
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Imaginative Grit and Everlasting Art in God’s World

By Dr. Calvin Seerveld
Dr. Calvin Seerveld is an internationally known authority in the arts and his books “A Christian Critique of Art and Literature”, “Rainbows for the Fallen World”, and “Bearing Fresh Olive Leaves”, among others, have inspired many in their endeavors to follow Christ faithfully in the world of the arts.
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Models of Integrating Science and Religion

By Dr. Gerrit Glas
Dr. Gerrit Glas is the Professor of Christian Philosophy at the VU University Amsterdam. He has written a broad chapter about Anthropology in the book “Kennis en werkelijkheid”. Prof. Glas is associated with the Association for Reformational Philosophy.
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Mission in Biosphere Perspective

By Cal de Witt
No one has worked longer at the intersection of environmental science, evangelical ethics, and practical activism than Calvin DeWitt. A respected scientist with advanced degrees in biology and zoology, DeWitt spent over 25 years as director of the Au Sable Institute of Environmental Studies, where he worked to help college students learn the principles of Christian environmental stewardship alongside hard science. He’s been one of the prime movers behind almost every significant collaboration between evangelicals, scientists, and politicians, including the much-discussed Evangelical Climate Initiative, a statement from high-profile evangelicals calling for concerted action to battle global warming.
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