Here are some things I have found helpful recently online.
P.S. In case you missed it, registrations are now open for our next evening seminar with Ed Loane in August. Ed will be exploring the Muscular Christianity movement of the 19th century and discussing the influence it’s had on how we think about men and women today:
Male and female he created them: man and woman in creation and redemption by Kevin DeYoung, Bethlehem College and Seminary 2023 Conference 23/05/2023
More than any other time in history the Western world has been confused about the definition of male and female. Kevin DeYoung looks at the complementarity of the two sexes in light of creation and redemption (1:02:08 min).
What is man?: Bethlehem College and Seminary 2023 conference panel with John Piper, Joe Rigney, Jared Compton, Jonathan Parnell, Kenny Stokes and Kevin DeYoung 26/05/2023
The six plenary speakers from the Bethlehem College and Seminary 2023 Conference ask each other questions from their talks. The topics they discuss include, what it means to be human, what it means to be male and female, complementarianism, and how to speak and preach these truths (1:01:01 min).
Moore College graduate and 2024 Priscilla & Aquila Centre annual conference speaker Priya Morgan reflects on how all of us can reach Hindu men and women in Australia with the gospel, and an upcoming conference in the Sydney diocese that can help with that.
Sarah Seabrook reflects in this interview on her experience of being a female chaplain at Moore College.
Moore College chapel sermon series on the book of Ruth by Mark Thompson May 2023
Moore College Principal Mark Thompson recently gave four sermons in Moore College chapel on the book of Ruth.
- When it’s hard to see clearly: Ruth 1 by Mark Thompson 12/05/2023
- Grace beyond the law: Ruth 2 by Mark Thompson 19/05/2023
- God’s work through human hands: Ruth 3 by Mark Thompson 26/05/2023
- We are redeemed: Ruth 4 by Mark Thompson 09/06/2023
Here is a short article I wrote recently for Moore College on the Puritan woman Anne Bradstreet, America’s first published poet. You may find Anne’s poems helpful as they reveal her theology when describing some of life’s responsibilities, relationships, and some of the suffering she went through. Anne’s poems may give voice to your experience also.