The Christian Study Center regularly records its classes and lectures for the benefit of those unable to attend our events in person. The recordings are available here on our website and are also available for download as podcasts. You can find the podcast here (opens in iTunes) and subscribe to the podcast to download new lectures automatically.
Spring 2013 Program
- “A New Approach to Community Based Development: The Linguistic and Cultural Dimensions of Child Malnutrition in Guatemala,” Peter Rohloff, Associate Physician of Global Health Equities at Brigham and Woman’s Hospital and instructor of medicine at Harvard Medical School
- “Hearing the Voice of the Poor: Toward a Theology of Accompaniment in Guatemala,” Peter Rohloff, Associate Physician of Global Health Equities at Brigham and Woman’s Hospital and instructor of medicine at Harvard Medical School
- Panel One
- Panel Two
- Week One: The Beginning of Wisdom
- Week Two: Does wisdom have a gender?
- Week Three: What distinguishes a wise life? Due to technical difficulties, the recording of this session is unavailable.
- Week Four: How did the NIV mess up Ecclesiastes? Due to technical difficulties, the recording of this session is unavailable. What follows is a similar recording from 2011.
- Week Five: What question(s) does this book address?
- Week Six: What answer(s) does the writer give to his question(s)?
- Week Seven: How does the book respond to the problem of evil?
- Week Eight: Wisdom in the psalms
- Week Nine: How does Jesus read the psalms?
- Week Ten: How do the Apostles read the psalms?
- Week Eleven: Wisdom in the Law?
Fall 2012 Program
- “Perspectives from Academic Disciplines,” Jaime Ahlberg, Elizabeth Dale and Sarah Hamersma
- “Religious Perspectives,” Ken Wald, Eve MacMaster and Badredine Arfi
- “When We See Justice, What Do We See? When We Seek Justice, What Do We Seek?” Nicholas Wolterstorff, Noah Porter Professor of Philosophical Theology, Emeritus, Yale University
- ”The Path to Polarization: How Did We End Up Where We Are?” Fred Gregory, Professor of History, Emeritus, University of Florida
- “From Chaos to Order: Reading and Misreading Biblical Creation in the Light of Modern Science,” Leo Sandgren, Adjunct Professor, Religion, University of Florida
- “What Science Is That Religion Is Not, And Why Scientists Do So Very Little of It,” Steven Benner, Foundation for Applied Molecular Evolution and the Westheimer Institute for Science and Technology
Audio recordings from previous years can be found here.