Theology 101: Guidance on Vocation, Truth, and Difficult Issues of the Christian Faith

In recent days my church, Crossway Community Church of Bristol, WI has posted a number of talks that I think will be of help to Christians and non-Christians who want to understand certain theological matters better.  Here are a couple listings of some of these resources.

Crossway Books Editor Justin Taylor on a Theology of Vocation (A Theology of Vocation, Parts One and Two)

Owen Strachan on Truth for Everyone (click on “How Can There Be Truth That Is True for Everyone?”)

The Difficult Issues Series (hour-long talks on a variety of apologetic questions; click as you see fit)

In addition, you might want to check out some sermons that a group of TEDS PhD students, including myself, recently preached at Grace Church of Walworth, WI. Scroll down a ways and you’ll see my name a couple of places.  If you’re interested in hearing my preaching, that should give you a taste.  I would also highly recommend the sermons of Andy Naselli, Jared Compton, and Mark Rogers, my fellow PhD students and fine young preachers all.

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One response to “Theology 101: Guidance on Vocation, Truth, and Difficult Issues of the Christian Faith

  1. Owen,

    Please give my greetings to Jared Compton if you see him. We went to Seminary together at DBTS and I recently heard he was working on a PhD at TEDS. Thank you!

    Allen Mickle
    Coordinator of Training and Equipping
    Slavic Gospel Association Canada

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