The video from the Q&A with Matthew Tuininga is posted now (below and on Resource Page under Past Lectures). You can find the audio on the Past Lectures page as well.
The audio and video for last week’s lecture “Christian Politics: a Political Theology of Hope,” with Dr. Matthew Tuininga, is now available. Find it below and on the Resource page under Past Lectures. Audio and video of the excellent Q&A will be posted soon.
The audio and the video from the “Creation Care, Climate Change, and the Gospel” event with Kyle Meyaard-Schaap has been posted. The Panel discussion and Q&A are also posted separately. We look forward to more conversations like this!
Creation Care, Climate Change, and the Gospel
Kyle Meyaard-Schaap (Young Evangelicals for Climate Change) and Panel
Lecture (video, audio stream, audio download)
Panel Q&A (video, audio stream, audio download)
Dr. Lulich’s presentation/conversation on the early church fathers and the development of the canon is available to stream or download. Readings are available on the previous blog post.
The fourth and final discussion is scheduled for Wednesday, Nov. 7th, 7:30pm. Hope to see you there.
Dr. Steven Lulich led an excellent exploration of the canon as it was developing in the early church. The audio is available to stream or download. To get the most out of this lecture, you may want to open the following documents, as Dr. Lulich works through each one in turn: Timeline, Eusebius Ecclesiastical History (III.24/25), Muratorian Fragment, and Early Canon Lists.
Part Three of the Conversation is scheduled for Wednesday, Oct 24th, 7:30pm.
Wednesday Night, 7:30pm, ECC Room 18.
This Wednesday, we pick up the conversation on New Testament Canonicity and Reliability. Dr. Steven Lulich will be the conversation leader this Wednesday, leading an exploration of the earliest explicit canon lists, including that of the great Early Church historian Eusebius of Caesaraea. Eusebius gives us a wonderful view not only of the books in the canon, but also of the logic behind the Church’s recognition of their canonicity in the decades before the Council of Nicaea and the conversion of Emperor Constantine. If you can, take a few minutes and read through these five pages from Eusebius’ Ecclesiastical History.
The audio for part one is available for stream or download.
The first lecture from the four part series on the New Testament has been posted. It was a great conversation, with more to follow!
Reading for Lecture one is available here.
Four Part Conversation on Canoncity and Reliability of the New Testament
Dr. Bob Whitaker and Dr. Steven Lulich
Part one (stream, download)