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Land Center Luncheon on September 26

The Land Center will host our first Land Center Luncheon of the semester on Tuesday, September 26 at 11:30 a.m. in Seelig Banquet Room. Our guest speaker will be Dr. Allan Carlson. The topic of Dr. Carlson’s lecture is “The Shining Future of the Am... Read More »

Journal Issue Focuses on Faith, Work, and Economics

The most recent issue of the Southwestern Journal of Theology (Spring 2017) highlights the work of several scholars in the field of faith, work, and economics. The articles contained in the journal are the result of two events hosted by the Land Center for Cul... Read More »

Avoid vocations that conflict with Christianity, says Land Center luncheon speaker

By Julie Owens Originally appeared at https://swbts.edu/news/quick-takes/avoid-vocations-conflict-christianity-says-land-center-luncheon-speaker/. The way that people spend their time, as well as the work they choose to do, can be a way of giving praise to God... Read More »

Grindstone explores relationship between faith and science

During a Grindstone panel discussion on the relationship between faith and science, John West argued that all scientific progress is made within a de facto design paradigm. That is, even Darwinists, insofar as they are making progress in understanding things, ... Read More »

Grindstone: Science and Faith: Are They Really in Conflict?

A panel discussion about the relationship between faith and science. Read More »

Attacks on religious liberty discussed during post-election presentation

In 1790, First President of the United States George Washington was asked by the Hebrew congregation of Newport, R.I., what their status would be in the country. The Jewish people had historically been either a persecuted minority or a begrudgingly tolerated o... Read More »

Grindstone panel discusses key issues of 2016 presidential election

The culmination of the 2016 presidential race is rapidly approaching, and fittingly, the Oct. 20 Grindstone panel discussed what is at stake for Christians as they make final decisions for their vote, and how the church should interact with the world of politi... Read More »

Steel City Pops manager explores Kingdom impact of small businesses

One Sunday morning, an openly agnostic man visited Hulen Street Church in Fort Worth. As he later explained to the pastor, this visit was prompted by a recent trip to Steel City Pops. “He said he had visited Steel City Pops one day and just noticed something... Read More »

In Memory of Justice Scalia

This Land Center Lecture is in Memory of Justice Scalia. Read More »