In “Christian Personalism,” Anthony Bradley, associate professor of Religious Studies at The King’s College and director of The Center for the Study of Human Flourishing, provided a look the social fallout of the culture wars and how American Christians can respond.
Archives for December 2016
One might think that Philemon has little to say about the theology of work. However pursuing vocation often raises key relational questions, especially in a world consumed by issues of rank and status. How Paul handles the relationship between the slave Onesimus and his master Philemon has a great deal to teach us about issues […]
The Oikonomia Network is delighted to announce that LABI College/Latin American Theological Seminary (LABI/LATS) has become one of our partner schools. We remain deeply grateful to God for bringing us new partnerships, and rely on his grace for much fruitfulness as we walk together in the mission he has given theological education in our time. […]
We now have over 110 educators registered to attend Karam Forum, a two-day gathering for theological educators and Christian academics. The Oikonomia Network national office has provided registration coupons for faculty at ON member schools. These coupons will expire on January 31st, so be sure that you and your colleagues register before then! Also, don’t […]
Sioux Falls Seminary is in its third year of the Kairos Project, an outcome-based, alternative educational track that facilitates flexible learning through contextually-integrated educational moments. It is designed for individuals who are actively engaged in Christian ministry.
The Southeast region of the Evangelical Theological Society is dedicating its March 17-18 meeting to Work, Vocation and Human Flourishing in the Christian Tradition. The meeting will take place on the campus of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, an ON partner school. A plenary address will be delivered by Gene Edward Veith, provost emeritus and professor […]