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Category Archive: The Henry Center

Nov 16 2014

Anthony Bradley, Lost in Policy? The Person Beyond Public and Social Utility

Anthony Bradley, Lost in Policy? The Person Beyond Public and Social Utility: A lecture of henrycenter.org, sponsored by the oikonomia network. Contemporary Christian debates about public policy tend to rely on simply reading one’s preferred political views into Scripture. Often lost in the conversation, are the very people themselves. Drawing on resources from the tradition …

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May 29 2014

Ballor on Bonhoeffer

Ballor on Bonhoeffer: This lecture will provide and introduction and orientation to Bonhoeffer’s ethical thought, particularly with regard to his mature doctrine of divine mandates, consisting of family, work, church, and government. The relationship between the personal and the social will be considered, as Bonhoeffer’s social thought is rooted in his understanding of the doctrine …

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Jan 23 2014

Smith on Agency, Action, and Christian Worship

Smith on Agency, Action, and Christian Worship: There is a deep irony about much contemporary evangelical worship: largely failing to appreciate the primacy of God’s agency in worship, evangelical worship often mimics the problems of late medieval Catholicism by reducing worship to something we do. Of course that was precisely the situation that originally called …

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Sep 02 2013

Alistair Begg: "Inadequacy: The Surprising Secret to Being Useful to God" (Lecture)

Alistair Begg: “Inadequacy: The Surprising Secret to Being Useful to God” (Lecture): The Carl F.H. Henry Center, located on the Trinity Evangelical Divinity School campus, hosts Alistair Begg, pastor of Parkside Church in Cleveland, Ohio. October 26, 2011. _ _ _ “Inadequacy: The Surprising Secret to Being Useful to God” The NBA champions this year …

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Aug 12 2013

Alistair Begg: "Inadequacy: The Surprising Secret to Being Useful to God" (Interview)

Alistair Begg: “Inadequacy: The Surprising Secret to Being Useful to God” (Interview): The Carl F.H. Henry Center, located on the Trinity Evangelical Divinity School campus, hosts Alistair Begg, pastor of Parkside Church in Cleveland, Ohio. October 27, 2011. _ _ _ “Inadequacy: The Surprising Secret to Being Useful to God” The NBA champions this year …

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Aug 09 2013

Wells on How Should We Preach to the Postmodern World

Wells on How Should We Preach to the Postmodern World: Western technology, coupled with its unparalleled abundance, have created a life with more information, more choices, better medical care, and longer life. At the same time, it is a world in which we have fewer connections to place, family, and friends, as well as more …

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Aug 06 2013

Yancey on Principles for Successful Multiracial Churches

Yancey on Principles for Successful Multiracial Churches: Why do we still worship in our own racial enclaves? How can we construct our churches in ways that will help us to draw people of different races? Is it possible to overcome much of the racial segregation that still troubles the greater Chicago area? George Yancey draws …

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Jul 07 2013

Mike Horton, Danna Harris and John Monson: A dialogue

Mike Horton, Danna Harris and John Monson: A dialogue: How do we think rightly about land and exile, exodus and conquest, landedness and pilgrimage, in our own historical-redemptive context, our own ecclesial situatedness?

Mar 20 2013

What is the connection between worship and justice?

Mark Labberton dialogue – What is the connection between worship and justice?: Continuing the dialogue, Labberton speaks about the connection between worship and justice, and how a true worship to God always comes with a desire to live out his justice.

Mar 13 2013

What are the (false and true) dangers of worship?

Labberton dialogue – What are the (false and true) dangers of worship?: Geoffrey Fulkerson, Managing Director of the Henry Center, talks with Mark Labberton and Steve Roy about the dangers of worship. Labberton and Roy explain how sometimes the church’s concern and worship is directed to non important issues and is asleep when it comes …

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