53 episodes

The Christ and Culture podcast with Dr. Ken Keathley seeks to connect faith with every aspect of your life. In each episode, you’ll see how faith intersects with science, vocation, economics, the arts, or the public square — via succinct, fascinating conversations with leaders and thinkers in these fields. You’ll be equipped to engage culture as salt and light, presenting and defending the Christian faith and showing how it affects every aspect of our lives.
Here’s a sample of what to expect on Christ and Culture:
• See how our faith colors our conversations with neighbors, coworkers, and fellow believers.
• Discover how advances in technology and the sciences raise questions about human connection and identity.
• Learn how you can glorify God in the workplace.
• Explore the public square and world events through the lens of a Christian worldview.
• Seek out God’s story within the creative avenues of art, fiction, and film.
• Understand how these conversations affect how we further the Great Commission.
We’re trying to discover how we can be faithful followers of Christ within today’s ever-changing culture. Will you join us on the journey?
Christ and Culture is a project of the L. Russ Bush Center for Faith and Culture (CFC) at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, NC. Dr. Ken Keathley serves as Senior Professor of Theology, Jesse Hendley Chair of Theology, and the Director of the CFC.
You can learn more at IntersectProject.org.

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    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 5.0 • 28 Ratings

The Christ and Culture podcast with Dr. Ken Keathley seeks to connect faith with every aspect of your life. In each episode, you’ll see how faith intersects with science, vocation, economics, the arts, or the public square — via succinct, fascinating conversations with leaders and thinkers in these fields. You’ll be equipped to engage culture as salt and light, presenting and defending the Christian faith and showing how it affects every aspect of our lives.
Here’s a sample of what to expect on Christ and Culture:
• See how our faith colors our conversations with neighbors, coworkers, and fellow believers.
• Discover how advances in technology and the sciences raise questions about human connection and identity.
• Learn how you can glorify God in the workplace.
• Explore the public square and world events through the lens of a Christian worldview.
• Seek out God’s story within the creative avenues of art, fiction, and film.
• Understand how these conversations affect how we further the Great Commission.
We’re trying to discover how we can be faithful followers of Christ within today’s ever-changing culture. Will you join us on the journey?
Christ and Culture is a project of the L. Russ Bush Center for Faith and Culture (CFC) at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, NC. Dr. Ken Keathley serves as Senior Professor of Theology, Jesse Hendley Chair of Theology, and the Director of the CFC.
You can learn more at IntersectProject.org.

    Roundtable: Keith Whitfield And Sam Williams On The Inerrancy And Sufficiency Of Scripture - EP52

    Roundtable: Keith Whitfield And Sam Williams On The Inerrancy And Sufficiency Of Scripture - EP52

    The inerrancy and sufficiency of Scripture are critical and often contested biblical doctrines. To help us understand these doctrines and apply them to our lives, we welcome Drs. Keith Whitfield and Sam Williams in the first installment of a new monthly roundtable conversation. Plus, in our concluding segment, Doug Ponder urges us to “Make Thanksgiving Great Again.”

    • 35 min
    Joshua Swamidass: The Genealogical Adam And Eve - EP51

    Joshua Swamidass: The Genealogical Adam And Eve - EP51

    We regularly address the topic of human origins here at the Center for Faith and Culture. Today, Dr. Joshua Swamidass joins us to discuss his unique approach to creation, evolution, and human origins, as described in his book The Genealogical Adam and Eve. While many of our listeners may not agree with all of Dr. Swamidass’ perspective, Dr. Keathley also explains how we can have fruitful conversations with people with whom we disagree. Plus, how is Jesus not like Superman?

    • 35 min
    Brittany Salmon: Adoption Takes More Than Love - EP50

    Brittany Salmon: Adoption Takes More Than Love - EP50

    November is Adoption Awareness Month, and adoption advocate Brittany Salmon joins us to discuss the joys and hardships of adoption. Plus, Dr. Keathley explains why Christians should steward their responsibility to vote, and Jeremy Bell shares tips for Veterans Day.

    • 42 min
    Mark Liederbach: Abortion, Mask Mandates, And Ethical Hot Topics - EP49

    Mark Liederbach: Abortion, Mask Mandates, And Ethical Hot Topics - EP49

    Dr. Mark Liederbach joins us to discuss all kinds of ethical hot topics — from abortion and in vitro fertilization to mask mandates and political idolatries. You can learn more in his new book, Ethics as Worship. Plus, Dr. Quinn comments on the shortage of workers in the American workforce, and we answer another of your questions.

    • 42 min
    George Robinson: Why All Good Christians Should Celebrate Halloween - EP48

    George Robinson: Why All Good Christians Should Celebrate Halloween - EP48

    Some Christians celebrate Halloween, others don't, and still others participate in church alternatives like fall festivals or trunk or treats. How should you think about Halloween? Dr. George Robinson joins us to argue that “all good Christians should celebrate Halloween” — listen in to understand what he means. Plus, Dr. Keathley explains how we can pray for the hostages in Haiti, and Drs. Keathley and Quinn recommend resources for addressing hot-button topics — including our new Christ and Culture website (cfc.sebts.edu).

    • 27 min
    Ken Keathley and Benjamin Quinn: What Is Culture Anyway? - EP47

    Ken Keathley and Benjamin Quinn: What Is Culture Anyway? - EP47

    Ken Keathley and Benjamin Quinn: What Is Culture Anyway? - EP47 by Christ and Culture

    • 39 min

Customer Reviews

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28 Ratings

28 Ratings

dbzkyle24 ,

Ministry Essential!

I’ve been listening since it’s beginning and absolutely love this podcast! I love that it teaches the importance of how the arts are need in our churches today, just one of the many takeaways from this podcast. In my opinion it is an essential resource for anyone in ministry. Even if your not in ministry there is still an ample amount of knowledge that can be gleaned from this podcast.

Dr_JWag ,

Insightful and edifying!

In its first year, this podcast is off to a great start serving the church with insightful conversations and edifying content.

awatkins952 ,

Great podcast!

As a SEBTS alum, I really enjoy listening to some of my former professors discuss various topics with their areas of expertise. I have especially enjoyed the episodes with Dr. John Hammett, Dr. Sam Williams, and Dr. Keith Harper.

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