The first interview in the Eerdmans 2015 author interview series features our very own Doug Koskela! Check out this video where Prof. Koskela discusses his new book, “Calling and Clarity: Discovering What God Wants for Your Life.” For more on the book: http://bit.ly/1wVuYaA from the Seattle Pacific Seminary Facebook Page Follow Seattle Pacific Seminary on […]
In a new post “From the Associate Dean’s Desk,” Dr. Steele distinguishes between first-order and second-order in the “The Language of Faith”: “Biblical commentaries, dogmatic treatises, social-scientific analyses and professional training manuals all have their place. But spiritual wisdom consists in knowing when to use these resources – and when to put them away.” http://bit.ly/1BRbmHK […]
How should church leaders engage the topic of gender? A recent blog post from the Junia Project has a suggestion — stop using gender-based jokes from the pulpit! Do you agree or disagree? Tell us! http://ift.tt/1s95PMQ from the Seattle Pacific Seminary Facebook Page Follow Seattle Pacific Seminary on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
Two weeks from today on January 22, we are hosting the the free 38th annual Alfred S. Palmer Lecture, entitled “How to Eat Till We Are Full: Idolatry and Ways to Avoid It.” This year’s keynote speaker is Dr. Stephen Fowl, professor of theology at Loyola University Maryland and SPU’s 2014-15 theologian in residence. For […]