President Michael Lindsay serves as the eighth president of Gordon College. President Lindsay earned his Ph.D. in sociology from Princeton University and graduate theological degrees from Wycliffe Hall at Oxford University and Princeton Theological Seminary. He is a summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Baylor University where he has been named Outstanding Young Alumnus.
Loving God with All Our Mind | August 26, 2011
Nigel Goodwin is the executive director of Genesis Arts Trust. He devotes his time to supporting many Christians in the arts, including celebrities and aspiring artists around the world. Goodwin is a trained actor who worked in film, television, and theatre before combining his experience with theological training. His background enables him to understand and encourage those in the arts and media.
Art, Faith and Culture | September 23, 2011
Dr. Gideon Strauss is the Associate Professor in Worldview Studies at the Institute for Christian Studies in Toronto, Canada. He teaches worldview studies, vocational wayfinding, adaptive practices, and qualitative research methods. He is nurturing a long-term, life-long learning community resourced by the ICS.
We Are All In This Together: Slow Politics for Public Justice | December 2, 2011
Dr. Scot McKnight is the Julius R. Mantey Chair of New Testament at Northern Seminary in Lombard Illinois. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Cornerstone University, masters degree from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, and doctorate degree from the University of Nottingham. He is a world-renowned speaker, writer, professor and equipper of the Church. He is a recognized authority on the historical Jesus, early Christianity, and the New Testament.
The Gospel Jesus and the Apostles Preached | December 2, 2011
Rev. Jeffrey Brown is the president of RECAP (Rebuilding Every Community Around Peace), a national organization that helps cities build partnerships between the faith-based community, government and law enforcement agencies to reduce gang violence. He is one of the co-founders of the Boston Ten Point Coalition, a faith-based group that was an integral part of the “Boston miracle,” a process through which the city experienced a 79% decline in violent crime in the '90s, and spawned countless urban collaborative efforts in subsequent years that followed the Boston Ceasefire model. He served as its Executive Director from 2005 to 2013.
A Day Full of Surprises | January 20, 2012
Dr. Brad Wright is an associate professor of sociology at the University of Connecticut. He received his Ph.D. at the University of Wisconsin, where he was specialized in social psychology and criminology. He has authored twenty scholarly articles and two books.
The Media and Christianity | February 3, 2012
Michael Ramsden is the International Director of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries and has been part of RZIM since its foundation in Europe in 1997. Michael is also joint Director of the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics. Michael was brought up in the Middle East and later moved to England where he worked for the Lord Chancellor’s department investing funds.
Respond to the Questions from the Deep Faith Week | February 10, 2012
Dr. Karl Giberson is Professor of Science & Religion at Stonehill College. He is a science-and-religion scholar, speaker, and writer. He has written, co-authored, or edited 11 books, and contributed to many edited volumes. His books include: Worlds Apart: The Unholy War Between Science and Religion, Species of Origins: America's Search for a Creation Story, and The Language of Faith and Science: Straight Answers to Genuine Questions.
God Saw that it was Good: A Creation Story for the 21st Century | March 2, 2012
Richard T. Hughes
Dr. Richard Hughes is the Distinguished Professor of Religion at Messiah College. He has spent over 40 years working at the intersection of religion and culture in the United States. Under that broad panoply of interests, he has taught and published on the biblical vision of peace and justice, Christianity and America’s self-understanding, the relationship between Christianity and higher education/the life of the mind, the history of Christian primitivism in America, and the history of Churches of Christ in America.
How Christian Can Build Bridges, Not Walls, in a Polarized Culture | March 23, 2012
Dr. Paul Brink (B.C.S. Redeemer University College; M.A. Dalhousie University; Ph.D. University of Notre Dame) has been teaching at Gordon since 2006. His teaching and research interests lie in political philosophy, particularly theories of justice, and faith and politics. Dr. Brink is the co-director of the Jerusalem and Athens Forum, Gordon’s flagship Honors program and also serves on the board of Christians in Political Science, the national Christian learned society in political science.
The Last Lecture | May 4, 2012