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Moral Leadership and the Common Good
3rd Currie Lecture of 2019: Robert M. Franklin discusses the differences moral leaders make.

Journalism as Bearing Witness in a Fake-News Era
2nd Currie Lecture of 2019: Katelyn Beaty discusses the way journalists can shine light on both the brokenness of creation and God's redemptive work.

Flourishing Life and the Lives of Theologians
2nd Westervelt Lecture of 2019: Miroslav Volf discusses the ends and goals of theology.

Truth and Consequences
Midwinter 2019, Tuesday Worship: Sarah Johnson preaches about the what happens when we tell the truth in this second MidWinter Sermon of 2019. The Scripture reading was Mark 6:14-29.

Moral Leadership: An Invitation to Adventure
2nd Currie Lecture of 2019: Robert M. Franklin expands his thoughts on ways in which moral leaders distinguish themselves.

Making Sense of Evangelicalism in the Trump Era
1st Jones Lecture of 2019: Katelyn Beaty walks through the history of the evangelical movement and reflects on the movement today.

Flourishing Life and the Crisis of Theology
1st Westervelt lecture of 2019: Miroslav Volf reflects on the difficult state of theology.

Moral Agency and Moral Leadership
1st Currie Lecture of 2019: Robert M. Franklin discusses who moral leaders are, how they think and act, and what impacts they have.

Never the Less, She Persisted
Midwinter 2019, Opening Worship: Sarah Johnson preaches that prayer, faith, and justice must be held together in this first Midwinter sermon of 2019. The Scripture reading was Luke 18:1-8.

Unbearable Scrutiny: Howard Thurman's spiritual dilemma
In this second Westervelt of 2017, Donyelle discusses the life and work of Howard Thurman.
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