Monday, May 4, 2015

Elisha and Na`aman: Crossing Boundaries and Healing Strangers

David C. Hester
Harrison Ray Anderson Professor of Pastoral Theology
Professor of Christian Education
Director, Doctor of Ministry and Continuing Education

April 15, 2015
2 Kings 5:1-19

Na`aman wants to be healed of his bodily illness.  He ends up being healed in body and soul through the boundary-busting grace of God for reasons only God knows. What sort of healing do we need?  Listen to the sermon.

Friday, April 17, 2015

How Should We See Race?

Willie Jennings
Associate Professor of Theology and Black Church Studies, Duke Divinity School

April 15, 2015
Grawemeyer Award in Religion Lecture

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A God Who Joins

Willie Jennings
Associate Professor of Theology and Black Church Studies, Duke Divinity School

April 15, 2015
Acts 10:19-29

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Where’s My Water?

Marian McClure Taylor
Former Executive Director, Kentucky Council of Churches
Member, LPTS Alum Board of Directors

April 14, 2015
Festival of Theology Worship
John 4:1-42

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A Theology of Hopelessness

Miguel De La Torre

Professor of Social Ethics and Latino/a Studies, Iliff School of Theology

April 14, 2015
Festival of Theology
Caldwell Lecture

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Navigating the Changing Landscape of World Christianity

Wesley Granberg-Michaelson
Retired Secretary of the Reformed Church in America

April 13, 2015
Festival of Theology
Greenhoe Lecture

Christian witness, ministry, mission and evangelism today take place within the radically changing landscapes of world Christianity.  And these changing landscapes should change the paradigms, theological perspectives, partners, and the sharing of power as we all seek today to join in God’s ongoing mission in the world. Listen to the lectureRead the lecture in PDF.

What’s My Line?

Marian McClure Taylor
Former Executive Director, Kentucky Council of Churches
Member, LPTS Alum Board of Directors

April 13, 2015
Festival of Theology Worship
John 4:1-42

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