Through Engage360, Denver Seminary and our guests explore the redemptive power of the gospel and the life-changing truth of Scripture at work in our culture today. Together, we address the larger conversations taking place within the spheres of evangelicalism, theological education, and cultural engagement.
100 | Christian Nationalism
September 19, 2022 | David Ritchie Christian nationalism is a hotly-debated and highly divisive concept in our society today. In our one...
99 | Ministry Through Hospitality
September 6, 2022 | Rebecca and Deric Sneller Ministry can come in many different forms. Cadence International, a ministry to the military,...
98 | Frank Conversations: The Church and Suicide Prevention
August 22, 2022 | Dr. Adam Wilson and Michelle Gonzales Research shows that the Church and ministry leaders are often not engaging...
97 | The Church, Apologetics, and the Hiddenness of God
August 8, 2022 | Dr. Douglas Groothuis With growing skepticism towards Christianity and the Church in society today, a solid biblical foundation...
96 | Writing as Ministry: Engaging the Intersection of Faith and Race
August 1, 2022 | Patricia Raybon Former Denver Seminary Board of Trustees member Patricia Raybon is an award-winning Colorado author, essayist, and...
95 | Exploring Mars and Experiencing God
July 18, 2022 | Rich Rife When people struggle to reconcile their faith with the findings of science, research suggests they may...
A Great Encouragement for Alumni
I graduated from Den Sem in 2018 and now serve as a pastor in the mission field of Provo, Utah. Especially when you’re in a hard context like Utah, being stirred to think critically and be encouraged by my old professors and guest pastors has been such a blessing!
Dr Payne referred to Fr. Molcahey from MASH inn the chaplaincy discussion. This quote from Hawkeye sums up the ministry of presence the chaplain had “ Too modest and too utterly simple a man to know how much strength he gives us just by the decency of his life among us.”
Biblical and Gospel-Infused
I’ve been a regular listener the past few months, and I am always impressed at the deep, yet accessible theological conversations surrounding relevant topics.