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A Life for Eternity: Introducing the Pennington Symposium
“A life for eternity.” Twenty years ago, that’s how Dallas Willard’s classic...
About Human Flourishing
The Henry Center, in conjunction with wider initiatives at Trinity International University and a burgeoning movement within the Evangelical Free Church, has been doing some thinking about the intersection between faith, work, and economics.
The movement is led by Don Guthrie, who has been involved in the conversation for nearly a decade, but many other faculty are involved in multiple ways. Sapientia is currently housing several of these conversations.
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What Augustine, James K. A. Smith, and You Have in Common
Since the first edition of Peter Brown’s magisterial Augustine of Hippo: A Biography in 1967,...
Benjamin Quinn | December 19, 2019
Response to the Symposium
Over the last 20 years I have been involved in a lot of writing projects,...
Jonathan Pennington | August 28, 2018
A Discourse on Human Flourishing?
In his fascinating book on the Sermon on the Mount, Jonathan Pennington seeks to read...
Steve Bryan | August 23, 2018
The Spirit Who Gives Life: A Theological Response
I am grateful for Jonathan Pennington’s wise and insightful study. I learned a great deal...
Steve Guthrie | August 21, 2018
A Mosaic and a Mountain: Applying Theological Ethics
“Look at sun that shines upon your brow; look at the grasses, flowers, and the...
Taylor Worley | August 16, 2018