Dr. Scott Rae continues his discussion of the death penalty by examining some of its fundamental, procedural issues. Dr. Rae also examines how these key aspects of capital punishment are thought of from various points of view.
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October 27, 2011
Dr. Scott Rae analyzes varying stances on the death penalty. Dr. Rae provides specific principles for each point of view and considers them in light of the truth of Scripture.
November 1, 2011
Dr. Scott Rae continues his discussion of the death penalty by examining some of its fundamental, procedural issues. Dr. Rae also examines how these key aspects of capital punishment are thought of...
November 8, 2011
Dr. Scott Rae examines the topic of pacifism and the two opposing views on it. In his lecture, Dr. Rae proposes ethical and theological questions that must be addressed by either view in order for ...
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from TTPT 703: The Church and Society
November 22, 2011
Dr. Scott Rae addresses the subject of same sex marriage as well as certain arguments for homosexuality by pointing to the Scriptures. Dr. Rae also unpacks the ethical implications of birth control...
from Ethics at the Edge of Life
September 18, 2010
Dr. Scott Rae teaches ethical and moral principles useful for wrestling with the topics of death, dying, euthanasia, and assisted suicide. Dr. Rae gives specific considerations for individuals walk...
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....
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The world is filled with sin, sorrow, and suffering. Fortunately for those who believe in the redeeming love of Jesus Christ there is a hope which is found amidst that suffering. In these rich le...
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Dr. Scott Rae presents a study of biblical ethics and the role the local church plays in the community. Special attention will be given to major social problems such as sanctity of life, chemical a...
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 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...
May 17, 2012
Philosopher George Hunsinger presents his Golden Rule Theory, arguing that the golden rule could serve as an adequate moral framework for both secular and religious audiences, and could give a logi...