How to Reach Generation Z: A New Study (Part Two)

Matthew Pinson In my last post I discussed  the recent study conducted by Springtide Research, “The State of Religion and Young People 2020.” This study was featured in a conversation between Mark Bauerlein and sociologist Dr. Josh Packard on the First Things podcast entitled “The Loneliest Generation.” The study underscores that the members of Generation Z, while they lack trust …

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How to Reach Generation Z: A New Study (Part One)

Matthew Pinson As a college president (and father of a 19- and a 21-year-old), I think a lot about Paul’s teaching in Ephesians 6:4 about bringing young people to maturity in the training (paideia) and counsel (nouthesia) of the Lord. So I was very interested in a recent First Things podcast that Dr. Barry Raper, our coordinator of ministry programs …

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2021 Symposium in Review

W. Jackson Watts  This past Monday and Tuesday marked the 26th time* that the Commission for Theological Integrity has sponsored a theological symposium. This event has evolved slightly over the years, but it has continued to be a unique and important venue for Free Will Baptists to explore theology’s relevance to the church and all of life. This year fifty-three …

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2021 Symposium – Christopher Talbot

Co-Opted, Coordinated, or Contra Mundum? A Critical Reappraisal of Francis Schaeffer’s Public Theology Co-Opted, Coordinated, or Contra Mundum? A Critical Reappraisal of Francis Schaeffer’s Public Theology Purchase this year’s digest online https://www.fwbtheology.com/2021-symposium-digest/ https://fb.watch/8ru3bH8J5o/

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2021 Symposium – Jeff Blair

Jesus and the Jewish Wisdom Tradition Jesus and the Jewish Wisdom Tradition Purchase this year’s digest online https://www.fwbtheology.com/2021-symposium-digest/ https://fb.watch/8ru3bH8J5o/

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