Listen to the latest Beeson Divinity School podcast including lectures from and interviews with Beeson faculty and world-renowned spiritual leaders.
Academic Affairs: A Conversation with Tom Fuller
Co-hosts Doug Sweeney and Kristen Padilla talk to Dr. Tom Fuller about his experience as a pastor, his work at Beeson, and some new things underway academically at Beeson.
Thriving Pastors Initiative: A Conversation with Stephen Johnson
Co-hosts Doug Sweeney and Kristen Padilla talk to Stephen Johnson about his work with the Thriving Pastors Initiative at Beeson.
Looking Back at 2020: A Conversation with Doug Sweeney
In episode 530, Kristen Padilla interviews her co-host Doug Sweeney about the last year in the life of Beeson Divinity School. They look back at some of the major stories from 2020 and end by looking ahead at the 2021 year.
Graduate Stories: A Conversation with Rob Willis
Co-hosts Doug Sweeney and Kristen Padilla talk to Rob Willis about his time at Beeson and then they play the sermon he preached in Hodges Chapel for the James Earl Massey Student Preaching award in Nov. 2020.
Graduate Stories: A Conversation with Kwabena Okai-Tweneboah
Co-hosts Doug Sweeney and Kristen Padilla continue a three-week series speaking with December graduates about their time at Beeson. Today's conversation is with Kwabena Okai-Tweneboah.
Graduate Stories: A Conversation with Aubrey Johnston
Co-hosts Doug Sweeney and Kristen Padilla begin a three-week series speaking with December graduates about their time at Beeson. Their first conversation is with Aubrey Johnston.
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Great Intro to the Uniqueness of Beeson
Beeson Divinity Schools occupies a wonderful spot in the theological world. Not only does it reach down deeply to the historic, orthodox faith, it does so with grace and a sincere, deliberate attempt to embrace a wide diversity of theological traditions. Beeson is committed to both grace and truth, and it’s tone is academic, thoughtful, and loving towards the Church. Highly recommended!
Btw the high church and evangelical mission
I grew up in a conservative episcopal church, love the liturgical structure and sacraments of that church. I now have found home in a non denominational evangelical church, but remain between the two worlds. I am learning so much here and feel I can challenge or examine some of my confusion, that I don’t feel are adequately open in my church. I have parts of departure from some of these messages but I find your relationship with god is always deepened when your views or understandings are challenged. If this podcast represented a physical church, I’d be an enthusiastic member!
Some podcasts are very narrow streams, the Beeson podcast draws from a broad swath of the faith.