Listen to the latest Beeson Divinity School podcast including lectures from and interviews with Beeson faculty and world-renowned spiritual leaders.
Pastoral Ministry and Generosity: A Conversation with Gary Fenton
Co-hosts Doug Sweeney and Kristen Padilla talk to the Rev. Dr. Gary Fenton about his long tenure as a pastor, transitioning from pastoral ministry to working at a university, and his role in stewarding generosity at Beeson Divinity School and Samford University.
Faculty Friendships: A Conversation with Timothy George and Robert Smith Jr.
Co-hosts Doug Sweeney and Kristen Padilla conclude a three-week series on faculty friendships this week on the podcast. Our guests are Dr. Timothy George and Dr. Robert Smith Jr. sharing about their more than 20-year friendship.
Faculty Friendships: A Conversation with Carl Beckwith and Mark Gignilliat
Co-hosts Doug Sweeney and Kristen Padilla continue a series on faculty friendships this week on the podcast. Our guests are Dr. Carl Beckwith and Dr. Mark Gignilliat sharing about their almost 15-year friendship.
Faculty Friendships: A Conversation with Dr. Paul House and Dr. Frank Thielman
Co-hosts Doug Sweeney and Kristen Padilla introduce a new series on faculty friendships this week on the podcast. Our first guests are Dr. Paul House and Dr. Frank Thielman sharing about their almost 20-year friendship.
The Scandal of Unexpected Outcomes: A Sermon by Maurice Watson
Co-hosts Doug Sweeney and Kristen Padilla introduce a sermon the Rev. Dr. Maurice Watson gave this fall for Beeson's community worship called, The Scandal of Unexpected Outcomes.
Honor, Shame and the Gospel: A Conversation with Jackson Wu
Co-hosts Doug Sweeney and Kristen Padilla share a conversation with Dr. Jackson Wu during his visit to Beeson Divinity School for Go Global sponsored by the schools' Global Center. They discuss honor and shame cultures and about how to be faithful gospel witness cross-culturally.
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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.