Friday, 6 June 2014

Knowing and Doing (Summer 2014)

The Summer 2014 edition of Knowing & Doing – ‘A Teaching Quarterly for Discipleship of Heart and Mind’ – from the C.S. Lewis Institute is now available online (here as a pdf), and contains the following articles:

Bill Hendricks
Thanks for the Memories Reminders
Bill Hendricks provides a beautiful tribute to his father, Howard Hendricks, who taught for sixty years at Dallas Theological Seminary, and challenges us with the question, “What are we living for?”

Interview with Colleen O’Malley
C.S. Lewis Institute: A Fellow’s Journey
Colleen O’Malley, answers questions about how God has prepared her for a more effective ministry through the Fellows Program and how God is opening new doors for her to mentor others.

Thomas A. Tarrants, III
Are You a Christian or a Disciple? Is There a Difference? Why It Matters!
Tom Tarrants, CSLI Vice President of Ministry, explores whether there is a difference between being a “Christian” and a “disciple,” and the implications for our personal life and the church.

Rebecca DeYoung
How We Got the Seven Deadly Sins
Rebecca DeYoung, Professor of Philosophy at Calvin College, describes how the concept of the “Seven Deadly Sins” originated and how understanding these root sins and their remedies can help us grow in our faith and obedience today.

Connally Gilliam
A Reformed Vision of the Visual Arts: A Conversation with Abraham Kuyper, Nicholas Wolterstorff, and the Word of God. Part 2 of a Two-Part Series on the Arts and Theology
Connally Gilliam returns with part two of her fascinating series on the arts and theology.

David B. Calhoun
In the Footsteps of John Knox: On the Five Hundredth Anniversary of His Birth
David Calhoun profiles John Knox, who faced tumultuous hurdles as one of the fathers of the reformation in Scotland.

Joseph A. Kohm, Jr.
C.S. Lewis and How Christians Should Think about Science
Joe Kohm addresses the controversial use of gender selection technology and the dangers of such an approach.

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