How has human emotion been damaged by the fall and redeemed in Christ?

24 May 2017 | Eric Johnson

Eric Johnson, Senior Research Professor, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, answers the question "How has human emotion been damaged by the fall and redeemed in Christ?" related to his talk "The Value of Negative Emotions and How to Address Them" given at the 2017 European Leadership Forum.

Arguments for Theism and How to Communicate Them to Scientists

22 May 2018 | Alexander Fink

Often Christians don't know how to respond to naturalistic arguments against the existence of God. The youth of the church are left without confidence that the gospel is still true in a world dominated by science. Which questions can help? What arguments can a non-scientist use in order to show the plausibility of the Christian faith? 

Church Revitalisation as a Network or Denominational Strategy

22 May 2018 | John Stevens

This talk considers the particular contribution that denominations and church networks can make to church revitalisation and how denominations and networks can catalyse a vision for revitalisation and coordinate resources and expertise so as to ensure the maximum effectiveness. 

Real World Theology: How to Think Theologically About Any Field of Study

20 May 2018 | Juha Ahvio

As Christian scholars of any discipline, we are obliged to ’bring every thought into captivity to the obedience of Christ’ and to reject epistemic idolatry. That is why we have to understand clearly our specifically Christian theological presuppositions and their consistent implications for various fields of thought.

The Power of Indirect Influence and Why It Matters for Movement to Happen

23 May 2017 | Dietrich Schindler

Good leadership influences those around it. It thrives on the power of direct influence. Great leadership, especially as it pertains to movement, is predicated upon the power of indirect influence. What does that look like and how can it be achieved?