Thursday, July 19, 2007

New Henry Center Site

Many of us know of the CTU made famous by the series, 24. Readers may be less familiar with the other CTU based on the campus of Trinity International University. Last week, Dr. Douglas Sweeney, Director of the the Carl F. H. Henry Center for Theological Understanding, sent the following announcement:

It is with gratitude to God that I announce to you today the launch of a brand-new Henry Center website. As I hope you will see for yourselves, this site has a great new look, up-to-date details on the ministries of the Center, and important information about our mission and future plans, as well as an audio-video archives full of the Center's previous lectures and some video-taped interviews on pastoral concerns with some of the Center's recent speakers (downloadable for free).
I had the privilege of conducting the interview with Dr. Stephen Seamands about his book, Ministry in the Image of God: The Trinitarian Shape of Christian Service.

2 comments:

YnottonY said...

Hi Keith,

Thanks for these links. I very much enjoyed your interview with Dr. Stephen Seamands, particularly the part where he expanded on God's missionary nature. Frankly, I think we (especially Calvinists) have missed that when we examine John 17. So, one of the things that may stand in the way of our entering into God's missional activity is false theories about what God is like. A correct conception of God (including inter-Trinitarian relations) should issue in an excitement about what God is doing and what he wants to do through us in the world.

Just a few thoughts,
Tony

KP said...

Thanks, Tony. I'm glad you enjoyed the interview.