Lectures & Addresses


Lectures & Addresses



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Storytelling as/for Relationality
2023 Heyer Lecturer Vox Jo Hsu dicusses how the stories we tell can both perpetuate and fight injustice.

Antisemitism and Anti-Judaism in History, Theology, Society, and Scripture
Opening Convocation for the 2023-2024 academic year with an address by Carolyn Helsel.

Settles Lecture 2023
Elias Bongmba speaks about the history leading to the civil war in Cameroon and the role of the church.

Opening Convocation for the 2022-2023 academic year, featuring the musical address "Ecolocation" by Eric Wall and the first convocation presided over by Austin Seminary's new president José Irizarry.

Isaiah and the Utopian Transformation of the Jubiliee
Lecturing via Via Zoom, Jonathan Kaplan examines the ancient Hebrew and Christian reception of the year of Jubilee outlined in the Hebrew Bible.

Learning to Grieve: Witnessing the COVID-19 Pandemic as a Spiritual Practice
Opening Convocation of the 2021-2022 academic year. In this lecture, delivered on the first day of the reopening of campus, Philip Browning Helsel speaks to the spiritual realities of the pandemic.

Goodbye Rushmore.  Hello Beautiful.
Melissa Wiginton discusses the new types of leadership that will be necessary for the church in this Opening Convocation address. Convocation was held virtually via Zoom due to the ongoing Covid-19 Pandemic.

Flashes of Fire: Love in the Old Testament
Speaking during opening convocation of the 2014-2015 academic year, Suzie Park details the kinds of love in the Hebrew Bible.

The Last Jews: What the Experiences of Intermarried Families Can Teach us About the Holocaust
Tatjana Licthenstein explores the experiences of intermarried Jewish and non-Jewish families in World War 2 era Bohemia in this 2019 Heyer Lecture.

Lincoln's Sermon on the Mount
Ronald White delivers a special lecture on Abraham Lincoln, focusing on Lincoln's faith journey.
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