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The Geddes W. Hanson Lecture

Posted:Friday, December 02, 2016

Thursday, December 1
“Remaining Awake Through a Great Revolution Part II: From King to Kendrick Lamar”
Lecturer: Dr. Anthea Butler, associate professor of religious studies and Africana studies, University of Pennsylvania
Available as: Video Audio

Luke 2:1–9

Posted:Friday, December 02, 2016

It is striking that the announcement of the birth of the world’s savior came to a bunch of shepherds who were on the margins of society. Our salvation always comes from the one who is at work among those on the margins.
Available as: Video Audio

A Conversation with New York Times Op-Ed Columnist and PBS/NBC Commentator David Brooks

Posted:Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Tuesday, November 22

Brooks engaged in a conversation with Princeton Seminary President M. Craig Barnes. They discussed covenant, community life, and the social fabric that ties us together.
Available as: Video Audio

Luke 17:11–19

Posted:Friday, November 18, 2016

Ten lepers were healed by Jesus, but only the Samaritan returned to give thanks. The outsider became the only insider of those who understood grace. The community Jesus is creating is made up of those who know they have received his grace. Thus, gratitude should be the hallmark of the church, and perhaps the measure of our spirituality.
Available as: Video Audio

A Conversation and Book Signing with Laura Bratton

Posted:Thursday, November 17, 2016

Tuesday, November 15
“Exploring the Healing Power of Gratitude”
Speaker: Laura Bratton, author, speaker, coach, and PTS alumna

At the age of nine, Bratton was diagnosed with an eye disease and faced the difficult reality that she would become blind. Over the next ten years she experienced the traumatic transition of adjusting to life without sight.
 
In Harnessing Courage: Overcoming Adversity with Grit & Gratitude, Bratton shares the incredible journey of her first thirty years of life. It is a journey that has been difficult, frustrating, overwhelming, and full of courage, joy, and love. She shares how to apply grit to each difficult situation and experience gratitude moment by moment, regardless of the circumstances.
Available as: Video Audio

Hebrews 11:8–13

Posted:Friday, November 11, 2016

In the end Abraham is a model of faith in a dream that outlived him. As Niebuhr claimed, “Nothing worth doing can be accomplished in one lifetime.” Our lives find meaning in being called to something bigger than ourselves.
Available as: Video Audio

Poetry Reading and Conversation with National Poet Laureate Billy Collins

Posted:Friday, November 11, 2016

Wednesday, November 2

Former U.S. Poet Laureate Billy Collins read from his new book of poems and engaged in a conversation with Princeton Seminary President M. Craig Barnes about the nature of poetry, the task of writing, and connections between poetry and faith.
Available as: Video Audio

The Frederick Neumann Memorial Lecture

Posted:Friday, November 11, 2016

Thursday, November 10
“The Mark of Cain: Guilt as Burden and as Grace in the Post-War Lives of Perpetrators of the Shoah”
Lecturer: Dr. Katharina von Kellenbach, professor of religious studies and former chair of the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, St. Mary’s College of Maryland, St. Mary’s City, Maryland
Available as: Video Audio

Genesis 22:1–3

Posted:Friday, November 04, 2016

How do we make sense of the call to child sacrifice to God? We cannot. Blessedly it did not make sense to God either. But all of us will find that we are repeatedly called to be willing to sacrifice our blessings.
Available as: Video Audio

Genesis 16:1–10

Posted:Friday, October 14, 2016

God made a covenant not only with Isaac, but also with Ishmael. This means the church has to be a blessing to those who not are part of our faith tradition. We cannot fulfill our calling without caring for the “other.”
Available as: Video Audio

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