March 17, 2017
Darrell Guder, Professor of Missional and Ecumenical Theology Emeritus at Princeton Theological Seminary, speaks about the nature of Christian mission in our contemporary cultural context of the end of Christendom.
March 8, 2017
John S. Mbiti, widely acclaimed as the foremost voice in African theology today, is the author of “African Religions and Philosophy” and “Introduction to African Religion.” In this full-length interview, Prof. Mbiti gives us unique insights into the African worldview and the method behind African Christian theology. Prof. Mbiti became the first African scholar to
February 16, 2017
Professors Walton and Sandy bring a wealth of teaching and research experience to the question of the Bible’s inerrancy and authority. The ancient world in which the Hebrew and Greek Scriptures were originally compiled was a predominantly oral culture. Does the Bible still speak to issues of science and ethics in the modern day?
January 22, 2017
No other twentieth-century figure has been as instrumental in developing the study of World Christianity as Andrew Walls. As founder of the “Journal of Religion in Africa” in 1967, “Studies in World Christianity” in 1995, and the Centre for the Study of World Christianity in 1982, Walls has had a unique influence in the creation
Samuel E. Chiang | Beyond Literate Western Models: Contextualizing Theological Education in Oral Contexts
January 13, 2017
Samuel E. Chiang, President and CEO of the Seed Company and former Executive Director of the International Orality Network, speaks to us about how to facilitate pastoral training among oral preference cultures. Dr. Chiang brings a wealth of insights into Global Christianity and shares with us strategies to bring theological education beyond the bounds of