Dr. Scott Rae analyzes the specific ways which contemporary culture processes what is right and wrong. Dr. Rae breaks down four major viewpoints concerning morality that are prevalent in the world today.
by Scott B Rae
August 30, 2011
Dr. Scott Rae discusses the basic attitudes of contemporary culture concerning issues of cultural and social ethics. In light of these attitudes, Dr. Rae describes the posture with which the Church...
September 1, 2011
Dr. Scott Rae analyzes the specific ways which contemporary culture processes what is right and wrong. Dr. Rae breaks down four major viewpoints concerning morality that are prevalent in the world ...
September 6, 2011
Dr. Scott Rae unpacks what a distinctively Christian ethical system should generally look like. Dr. Rae also explains how the goal of Christian ethics ultimately carries the profound weight of soci...
I am enjoying these lectures..... the only issue really is that if the lecturer could repeat the student's comments/answers/questions then this would be so very helpful
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from TTPT 703: The Church and Society
September 15, 2011
Dr. Scott Rae engages the topic of unwanted pregnancy through the lens of the Scriptures. Dr. Rae specifically addresses the responses of abortion, adoption, and marriage. Later in the lecture, Dr....
October 6, 2011
Dr. Scott Rae outlines the theological and moral parameters concerned with reproductive alternatives. Dr. Rae's lecture is geared towards preparing listeners to advise and encourage couples dealing...
October 4, 2011
Dr. Scott Rae untangles the difficulties that face couples considering alternate means of reproduction. Dr. Rae provides listeners with tools intended to help these couples navigate this often-trou...
from Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2010
by Scott Rodin
April 29, 2010
Dr. Scott Rodin teaches on stewardship by discussing the love Christ has for us. He shows that this is how we must love one another.
April 27, 2010
Dr. Scott Rodin teaches on the stewardship of one's relationship with God. He exhorts his audience to not be caught in "doing," but to simply rest in the presence of God.
from Talbot Chapel: Spring 2011
March 15, 2011
The Talbot Bible Lands students get a chance to walk in Paul's footsteps through ancient Turkey, Greece, and Rome as they hear the testimonies of others who have been there.
from Center for Christian Thought Studio Interviews
by Wyndy Corbin Reuschling, Jeannine Brown, and Evan Rosa
April 14, 2016
Our globalized world connects us to individuals and groups from all over. As Christians, how do we relate to them with love while our country or culture might do otherwise?
by Nicholas Wolterstorff and George Hunsinger
May 17, 2012
In this full-length discussion between theologian George Hunsinger and philosopher Nicholas Wolterstorff, the two talk through Hunsinger's own Golden Rule Theory and speculate as to whether or not ...
May 17, 2012
Philosopher Nicholas Wolterstorff responds to Hunsinger's Golden Rule Theory with a series of objections. He confronts Hunsinger's definition of "human rights" and challenges the variability of Hu...