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The Church’s Calling to Public Life: Theological Reflections on Virtue, Stewardship, and Vocation

Dr. J. Daryl Charles, affiliate scholar of the Acton Institute, lectures on “The Church’s Calling to Public Life: Theological Reflections on Virtue, Stewardship, and Vocation” at the Land Center lunch on October 10, 2018. Read More »

Workers called to be stewards of society’s values

By Julie Owens Originally appeared at https://swbts.edu/news/campus-life/workers-called-be-stewards-society-s-values/. Work has intrinsic value that is often overlooked or misunderstood, but as Christians, we are called to be overseers of humanity’s ethics, ... Read More »

A missionary congressman in Washington, D.C.

By Alex Sibley Read the entire story at https://issuu.com/swnews/docs/snsp18_web/12 James Lankford worked in student ministry for 22 years, eventually serving as director of the Falls Creek Youth Camp in Oklahoma, the largest youth camp in the United States. W... Read More »

Are American Christians Facing a New Dark Age?

Dr. Richard Land, President of Southern Evangelical Seminary, lectures on “Are American Christians Facing a New Dark Age?” at the Land Center Lecture Series on April 17, 2018. Read More »

God & Money

John Cortines, co-author of God & Money, lectures at the Land Center Lecture Series on March 29, 2018. Read More »

Land calls for a spiritual awakening in America

By Julie Owens Originally appeared at https://swbts.edu/news/quick-takes/land-calls-spiritual-awakening-america/ Evangelicals risk a degeneration of ethics if the nation is not steered toward biblical principles, Richard Land told students and faculty attendin... Read More »

Dr. Richard Land to lecture at the final Land Center Luncheon of Spring 2018

Dr. Richard Land, President of Southern Evangelical Seminary, will be on the campus of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary on Tuesday, April 17th to lecture on “Are American Christians Facing a New Dark Age?” Dr. Land’s address will con... Read More »

Search for a higher purpose bridged gap between faith and finance

By Julie Owens Originally appeared https://swbts.edu/news/quick-takes/search-higher-purpose-bridged-gap-between-faith-and-finance/ John Cortines grew up as a saver. As a child, he regularly dumped his piggy bank and recorded his “net wealth” of pennies. He... Read More »

Literature and science affirm man’s place in God’s universe, scholars agree

By Julie Owens Originally appeared at https://swbts.edu/news/releases/literature-and-science-affirm-man-s-place-god-s-universe-scholars-agree/ Man looks to both literature and science as he seeks to know his place in the universe, two authorities in their fie... Read More »

Land Center Luncheon with John Cortines

John Cortines, co-author of God and Money, will join us for the second Land Center Luncheon of Spring 2018. Come hear about what a life of generosity can look like on Thursday, March 29th. This Land Center Luncheon will take place from 11:30am-12:45pm in the S... Read More »