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Library Talk: The Lingering Effects of Lynching on Your Ministry: An Untold Story

Library Talk: The Lingering Effects of Lynching on Your Ministry: An Untold Story

April 12, 2019 at 1:38 pm

Dr. Colin Adams from Saint Augustine, Dr. Will Willimon from Duke, and Dr. Donald G. Mathews from UNC and the Rev. James White discuss the historical and psychological impact of lynching and how it affects your ministry.

Library Talk: Bryan Chapell and Jake Pratt – Christ Centered Hermeneutics

Library Talk: Bryan Chapell and Jake Pratt – Christ Centered Hermeneutics

February 21, 2019 at 4:08 pm

Bryan Chapell, Senior Pastor of Grace Presbyterian Church in Peoria, Illinois, and Jake Pratt, Assistant Professor of New Testament and Hermeneutics, discuss issues related to Christ Centered or Christo-Centric Hermeneutics at the Library at Southeastern.

Library Talk: Recognizing and Responding  to Abuse in the Church

Library Talk: Recognizing and Responding to Abuse in the Church

October 30, 2018 at 2:43 pm

Sam Williams, Fulp Professor of Biblical Counseling Chair, discusses the topic of Recognizing and Responding to Abuse in the Church with a panel consisting of Brad Hambrick, Jeremy Pierre, and Kristin Kellen. Kristin Kellen and Brad Hambrick are both professors of Biblical Counseling at SEBTS and Jeremy Pierre is the Chair of the Department of Biblical Counseling and Family Ministry at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.

Library Talk: The Church’s Need for you to Pursue Academics with Excellence

Library Talk: The Church’s Need for you to Pursue Academics with Excellence

October 8, 2018 at 11:05 am

In this Library Talk, Dougald McLaurin will talk with Dr. Malcolm Yarnell about the church’s need for you to pursue academics with excellence while in school. Dr. Yarnell is Research Professor of Systematic Theology at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He has published several books on Christian doctrine, the Trinity, and the Reformation.

Library Talk: The Formation of the Canon

Library Talk: The Formation of the Canon

May 17, 2018 at 3:50 pm

Dr. John Meade, Associate Professor of Old Testament at Phoenix Seminary, Dr. Scott Kellum, Professor of New Testament and Greek at Southeastern Seminary, Dr. Steve McKinion, Associate Professor of Theology and Patristic Studies at Southeastern Seminary, and Dougald McLaurin, Reference Coordinator at The Library at Southeastern Seminary discuss the early church, their canon lists, and the formation of the Christian canon during this Library Talk.

Library Talk: Cultural Liturgies, Christian Education, and the Student – James K.A. Smith

Library Talk: Cultural Liturgies, Christian Education, and the Student – James K.A. Smith

March 22, 2018 at 1:23 pm

Dr. James K. A. Smith discusses Cultural Liturgies, Christian Education, and the Student. Dr. Smith will expound on his view of Christian Education and discuss how students can grow in a formative educational environment.

Library Talk: The Legacy of John Sailhamer

Library Talk: The Legacy of John Sailhamer

February 21, 2018 at 2:35 pm

Dr. Seth Postell, Dr. Tracy McKenzie, and Dougald McLaurin discuss the finer points of Compositional Theology and the legacy of Dr. John Sailhamer. All three panelists were students of Dr. Sailhamer and have been impacted by his teaching and life.

Library Talk: Michael Bird – The New Perspective on Paul Debate for the Local Church

Library Talk: Michael Bird – The New Perspective on Paul Debate for the Local Church

December 7, 2017 at 5:38 pm

Michael Bird, a lecturer in Theology and Czar of Postgradistan at Ridley College in Melbourne, and Dougald McLaurin, Reference Coordinator at the Library at Southeastern, discuss the New Perspective on Paul Debate for the local church as part of the Library Talk.

Library Talk: Timothy George and Dougald Mclaurin – Studying the Reformation

Library Talk: Timothy George and Dougald Mclaurin – Studying the Reformation

October 20, 2017 at 3:55 pm

Timothy George, Dean of Beeson Divinity School, and Dougald Mclaurin, Reference Coordinator of the Library at Southeastern, discuss how we should study the Reformation, along with a look at the study habits of the Reformers as part of the Library Talk.