Any serious student of the bible and culture should familiarize him or herself with the worldview of Critical Theory. In the last few years it has become the dominant lens through which many, especially the cultural elite, see the world. On Sunday we will discuss this worldview and explore biblical foundations for seeking God's justice in a sinful world.
- Chances are that you know someone named after him - Even the most biblical illiterate has heard of a fight he had with a giant - A guy called Michelangelo carved him - Bob Dylan and Leonard Cohen sang about him But do you really know his story? More importantly, do you know what it means? Join us for this series as we track the fascinating life of David.
Bishop Vincent Mathews on Biblical Justice vs Social Justice Johan speaks to our Pentecostal friend, Vincent Mathews on a number of controversial issues.
We speak to Dr Anthony Bradley who is a professor of religious studies, chair of the program in Religious and Theological Studies, director of the Center for the Study of Human Flourishing at The King's College in New York City. He is also a research fellow at The Acton Institute.
People were praying, people were expectant, and suddenly the Holy Spirit descended on the first followers of Jesus. This week we will take a look at what this unexpected story means and the profound potential it can unlock in our lives. The Spirit has come, let's meet Him together
Lonely, scarred, frustrated, hungry - these are all words describing various South Africans at the moment. Drawing on a rich biblical tradition, we'll explore how to navigate these uncertain times.