John Mark Reynolds at Southern Seminary

Dr. John Mark Reynolds‘ recent Norton Lectures at Southern Seminary were some of the most stimulating addresses that I have ever heard on how science relates to religious belief. As you listen to the lectures, you find that he’s not a Calvinist nor a presuppositionalist in his approach to apologetics. You can download the lectures at Southern’s website or listen to them below.

We Beheld His Glory: How a Christian Worldview Produced Science

[audio:http://www.sbts.edu/media/audio/Norton/Lecture1_Reynolds.mp3]

Full of Grace and Truth: An Epistemology of Belief in a Skeptical Age

[audio:http://www.sbts.edu/media/audio/Norton/Lecture2_Reynolds.mp3]

The Glory of Jesus Christ: The Way Forward in the Dialogue Between Religion and Science

[audio:http://www.sbts.edu/media/audio/Norton/Lecture3_Reynolds.mp3]

3 Responses to John Mark Reynolds at Southern Seminary

  1. Matthew Staton March 31, 2009 at 9:39 pm #

    Looking forward to listening to the lectures. I read him over at ScriptoriumDaily.com and always enjoy his essays there.

  2. Colby April 2, 2009 at 4:47 pm #

    Denny,
    Thanks for posting this. I’m glad to hear that Dr. Reynolds was at SBTS. He is really an inspiring teacher, an insightful cultural commentator, and quite humorous on top of it all.

  3. John April 8, 2009 at 3:17 pm #

    Definitely not a Calvinist – it’s tough to be a Calvinist and Eastern Orthodox at the same time.

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