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Pastor Tim answers questions about faith, religion, the Bible, and the "whys." Rev. Dr. Tim Roberts attended Flagler College in St. Augustine, FL, earning his B.A. in philosophy and religion. He earned his Master of Divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary and his Doctor of Ministry from Columbia Theological Seminary. He began his ministry working with Young Life as a volunteer, then as a Young Life Church Partner in Tampa. Pastor Tim has served churches in Virginia and Florida and has s ...
 
Being Church in the Time of COVID seeks to tell the stories of what it is like being the church during the pandemic of 2020. Developed by the Office of Continuing Education, it is hosted by Sushama Austin-Connor, program administrator and Abigail Visco Rusert, director of the Institute for Youth Ministry. Each episode includes interviews with pastors, scholars, and new ministry leaders. It is produced by alum and pastor Garrett Mostowski.
 
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June 16, 2022 | The Joe R. Engle Institute of PreachingClosing Worship: "A Name Only the Brave Can Say"Preacher: Rev. Dr. Janette Ok, associate professor of New Testament, Fuller Seminary; pastor, Ekko Church in Fullerton, CaliforniaLearn more about The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching at https://engle.ptsem.edu/.…
 
June 17, 2022 | The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching"No Weapon Formed; The Gospel According to Black Lives Matter"Speaker: Dr. Juan Floyd-Thomas, associate professor of African American religious history, Vanderbilt UniversityLearn more about The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching at https://engle.ptsem.edu/.…
 
June 12, 2022 | The Joe R. Engle Institute of PreachingOpening worship, "Becoming Foreign-Born Christians"Preacher: Rev. Dr. Janette Ok, associate professor of New Testament, Fuller Seminary; pastor, Ekko Church in Fullerton, CaliforniaLearn more about The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching at https://engle.ptsem.edu/.…
 
June 13, 2022 | The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching"Telling the Gospel Truth; Popular Culture, Political Theology, and Public Witness"Speakers: Dr. Stacey Floyd-Thomas, associate professor of ethics and society, Vanderbilt UniversityDr. Juan Floyd-Thomas, associate professor of African American religious history, Vanderbilt UniversityLearn more…
 
June 13, 2022 | The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching"Ransomed and Disinherited"Preacher: Rev. Dr. Janette Ok, associate professor of New Testament, Fuller Seminary; pastor, Ekko Church in Fullerton, CaliforniaLearn more about The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching at https://engle.ptsem.edu/.By Princeton Seminary
 
June 14, 2022 | The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching"A New Religious Ideal; The Gospel According to W.E.B. DuBois"Speaker: Dr. Juan Floyd-Thomas, associate professor of African American religious history, Vanderbilt UniversityLearn more about The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching at https://engle.ptsem.edu/.…
 
June 14, 2022 | The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching"Speaking Truth to Power"Preacher: Rev. Dr. Janette Ok, associate professor of New Testament, Fuller Seminary; pastor, Ekko Church in Fullerton, CaliforniaLearn more about The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching at https://engle.ptsem.edu/.By Princeton Seminary
 
June 15, 2022 | The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching"The Gospel Hidden in Plain Sight; The Gospel According to Womanism"Speaker: Dr. Stacey Floyd-Thomas, associate professor of ethics and society, Vanderbilt UniversityLearn more about The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching at https://engle.ptsem.edu/.…
 
June 16, 2022 | The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching"Deliver Us from Evil; AKA Undoing What Evil Has Done"Speaker: Dr. Stacey Floyd-Thomas, associate professor of ethics and society, Vanderbilt UniversityLearn more about The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching at https://engle.ptsem.edu/.By Princeton Seminary
 
May 5, 2022 | The Forum on Youth Ministry, The Princeton Lectures on Youth, Church, and CultureLecture: “Under Construction” Lecturers: Wendy Puffer, owner and chief design officer, Marion Design Co.Amanda Drury, professor, Indiana Wesleyan UniversityLearn more about the Institute for Youth Ministry at https://iym.ptsem.edu/.…
 
May 3, 2022 | The Forum on Youth Ministry, The Princeton Lectures on Youth, Church, and CultureLecture: "A Lesson from Mother: An African Indigenous Approach to Diversity, Community, and Conflict"Lecturer: Dr. Georgette Ledgister, research associate and visiting instructor, Harvard Divinity School; senior director of diversity, inclusion, and belon…
 
May 24, 2022 | Reunion 2022Session: Service of Remembrance and Celebration for Reunion 2022Speaker: Victor Aloyo, Jr., associate dean of institutional diversity and community engagement, Princeton Theological SeminaryTo view the reunion website, visit https://https://reunion.ptsem.edu/.By Princeton Seminary
 
May 24, 2022 | Reunion 2022Session: Keynote Lecture, “The Perfectibility Paradigm”Speaker: Kate Bowler, PhD, associate professor of the history of Christianity in North America, Duke Divinity SchoolThis lecture is made possible by the Edwin H. Rian Alumni lectureship.To view the reunion website, visit https://https://reunion.ptsem.edu/.…
 
June 9, 2022 | Wright LibraryGerald H. Anderson LectureSpeaker: Dr. Dana Robert, Truman Collins Professor of World Christianity and History of Mission and director of the Center for Global Christianity and Mission at Boston UniversityLearn more about the Overseas Ministries Study Center at https://omsc.ptsem.edu/.…
 
Seminary ChapelScripture: Mark 16:1-8The shorter, and probably original, ending of Mark concludes with the women fleeing from the tomb, “for terror and amazement had seized them.” What kind of ending is this to a gospel? It bothered the early church so much they added longer endings to it. But what if the Gospel is supposed to be unfinished? What i…
 
Seminary ChapelScripture: Luke 22:24-30After Jesus gives his disciples the bread and cup as a means of communing with him, an argument breaks out among them about who is the greatest. We think we would never have such an argument, but we have merely found spiritual ways of pressing our greatness. Today Jesus reminds us that he is the one who serves…
 
Seminary ChapelThe Temptation to be Less Than HumanThis is a three-week Lenten series of homilies on the temptation of Christ. It is significant that all three of these temptations came immediately after Jesus’ baptism, where he identified with us, and heaven declared that he was “the Beloved, with whom God is well pleased.” As the Son of Humanity,…
 
March 31, 2022 | Annie Kinkead Warfield LecturesLecture Six: The Spirit of freedom and the humanLecturer: Dr. Friederike Nüssel, professor of systematic theology and director of the Ecumenical Institute at Heidelberg University; director of Marsilius-Kolleg (Institute for Interdisciplinary Inquiry) at Heidelberg University…
 
March 31, 2022 | Annie Kinkead Warfield LecturesLecture Five: The reconciling Spirit as the medium of presenceLecturer: Dr. Friederike Nüssel, professor of systematic theology and director of the Ecumenical Institute at Heidelberg University; director of Marsilius-Kolleg (Institute for Interdisciplinary Inquiry) at Heidelberg University…
 
March 30, 2022 | Annie Kinkead Warfield LecturesLecture Four: The redeeming Spirit as the gift of recognitionLecturer: Dr. Friederike Nüssel, professor of systematic theology and director of the Ecumenical Institute at Heidelberg University; director of Marsilius-Kolleg (Institute for Interdisciplinary Inquiry) at Heidelberg University…
 
March 29, 2022 | Annie Kinkead Warfield LecturesLecture Three: The creating Spirit as the power of diversityLecturer: Dr. Friederike Nüssel, professor of systematic theology and director of the Ecumenical Institute at Heidelberg University; director of Marsilius-Kolleg (Institute for Interdisciplinary Inquiry) at Heidelberg University…
 
March 29, 2022 | Annie Kinkead Warfield Lectures Lecture Two: “God is Spirit” – Narrating God’s revelation as Spirit Lecturer: Dr. Friederike Nüssel, professor of systematic theology and director of the Ecumenical Institute at Heidelberg University; director of Marsilius-Kolleg (Institute for Interdisciplinary Inquiry) at Heidelberg University…
 
March 28, 2022 | Annie Kinkead Warfield Lectures Lecture One: Rethinking developments in pneumatology Lecturer: Dr. Friederike Nüssel, professor of systematic theology and director of the Ecumenical Institute at Heidelberg University; director of Marsilius-Kolleg (Institute for Interdisciplinary Inquiry) at Heidelberg University…
 
White evangelical support for Trump was not surprising, according to Kristin Kobes Du Mez, professor of history and gender studies at Calvin University. In this episode, we talk about her book, Jesus and John Wayne: How White Evangelicals Corrupted a Faith and Fractured a Nation, which explores how a popular Hollywood movie star helped to shape a c…
 
Seminary ChapelThe Temptation to be Less Than HumanThis is a three-week Lenten series of homilies on the temptation of Christ. It is significant that all three of these temptations came immediately after Jesus’ baptism, where he identified with us, and heaven declared that he was “the Beloved, with whom God is well pleased.” As the Son of Humanity,…
 
Seminary ChapelThe Temptation to be Less Than HumanThis is a three-week Lenten series of homilies on the temptation of Christ. It is significant that all three of these temptations came immediately after Jesus’ baptism, where he identified with us, and heaven declared that he was “the Beloved, with whom God is well pleased.” As the Son of Humanity,…
 
With institutional distrust seemingly at all-time highs, nearly 40% of Generation Z claims no religious affiliation. It’s a startling revelation, one magnified by studies announcing Gen Z as both the most diverse and most lonely generation on record. In this week’s episode, we sit down with Dr. Josh Packard, the Executive Director of the Springtide…
 
In this episode of The Distillery, we talk with the Rev. Dr. Jamie Eaddy Chism, the director of program development for the International End of Life Doula Association and 2015 Fellow of the Black Theology and Leadership Institute at Princeton Theological Seminary, about her work as a certified trauma professional and death counselor. In this conve…
 
For centuries, the mentally ill have been misunderstood and ostracized within religious communities. What would it mean to seriously transform how we view, discuss and treat those struggling with mental illness as Christians? In this episode, co-host Shari Oosting sits down with John Swinton, professor of practical theology and pastoral care at the…
 
Seminary ChapelScripture: Luke 9:57-62Jesus is a rough recruiter. Three people offer to follow Jesus, and he cautions each of them about the high cost of following him. Jesus is moving ahead, and to follow him inevitably means leaving something cherished behind. But we cannot make it to a new future without traveling lightly. So learning to surrend…
 
In this episode, Rev. Mark Elsdon talks to us about his book, “We Aren’t Broke: Uncovering Hidden Resources for Mission and Ministry," which explores how faith-based organizations can use investment assets and property for mission impact and financial resiliency. Listen as Elsdon challenges the idea of a scarcity mindset, arguing that the Church is…
 
Seminary ChapelScripture: Jeremiah 29:4-11The prophet tells the exiles not to be anxious about how long their detour in Babylon would last. Instead, they were called to seek the welfare of the city where they were, which meant settling in, building houses, planting gardens, and raising families. We can only do that if we believe in God’s promise of…
 
In this episode, we speak with Dr. Erin Raffety (MDiv '08), PCUSA pastor and researcher, about her work with persons with disabilities in the church, and how she seeks to use her research to inform deeper, richer pastoral care and conversation within congregations. Erin's goal is to take seriously the voices, experiences, and contributions of peopl…
 
Seminary ChapelScripture: Mark 5:25-34A woman in need of healing interrupts Jesus as he is on his way to heal the daughter of Jairus who is a ruler of the synagogue. A great crowd was following Jesus to see him heal the ruler’s daughter who is “at the point of death.” But Jesus refuses to hurry, and stops the parade to deal with the concerns of a w…
 
In this episode, we speak with Dr. João Chaves, Assistant Director for Programming at the Hispanic Theological Initiative at Princeton Theological Seminary, about his book, Migrational Religion: Context and Creativity in the Latinx Diaspora. We talk about his work and focus on his case study of a network formed by communities of Brazilian immigrant…
 
January 31, 2022 | Seminary ChapelSermon: "The Integrity of Gethsemane" Scripture reading: Matthew 26: 38-39Dr. Jay-Paul M. Hinds reflects on integrity, wholeness, and the human struggle of giving up our will to serve God’s will in the opening communion service for the 2022 spring semester. Preacher: Dr. Jay-Paul M. Hinds, assistant professor of pa…
 
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