Author Archives: Theology Lived

Table Talk – What Now? A Post-election Debrief

Table Talk, Scott Waller – December 01, 2016

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Table Talk – Markus Zehnder, Christianity & the Public Square (Fall 2016)

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Table Talk – Tom Crisp & Thaddeus Williams -Christianity and the Public Square (Fall 2016)

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Table Talk – Nancy Yuen and Dean Yamada – 11.13.14

 

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Table Talk – Ivan Moody – 10.9.14

Table Talk Ivan Moody – 10.9.14

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Table Talk – Erwin McManus – 09.19.14

Table Talk Erwin McManus 9.19.14

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Inklings: Spirit and Story in 20th Century England

The Table Talk series for Spring 2014 will focus on four great English literary figures of the 20th century: Chesterton, Tolkien, Sayers and Lewis. Though these authors were not all part of the famed “Inklings” in a direct sense, they … Continue reading

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Human Sexuality in Christian Perspective

There are few issues where Christianity is more in tension with our culture than in issues related to human sexuality. We live in a climate that is sexually permissive, generally self-indulgent, and usually confused. It seems the only thing which … Continue reading

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What does Jerusalem have to do with Washington?

As so many have done before me, I thought I’d borrow (and butcher) this phrase from Tertullian. Though he originally asked about Athens and Jerusalem in reference to the church and the secular academy, it is fitting to ask the … Continue reading

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Economics and Theology

William Cavanaugh uses Christian resources to incisively address basic economic matters — the free market, consumer culture, globalization, and scarcity. Continue reading

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