This episode of Faculty Dialogues includes three Gateway professors: Dr. Chris Chun, Dr. David Rathel and Dr. John Shouse. Together they discuss the foundations of the Doctrine of Christ, including important figures and movements throughout church history. At the heart of this discussion is the doctrine’s integral connection to the practical implications of day-to-day Christian growth and ministry.
Faculty Members in this video:
Chris Chun | Professor of Church History & Director of the Jonathan Edwards Center at Gateway Seminary |
David Rathel | Associate Professor of Christian Theology
John W. Shouse | Senior Professor of Christian Theology
Declining Religious Affiliation
Dr. Iorg evaluates why churches in the US may be declining and emphasizes that the gospel must take center-stage in the church’s mission.
Dealing with Angry People
There is a lot of anger in the world right now and a lot of that anger is spilling over into the church. This week Dr. Iorg discusses different ways to engage with and disciple angry people in your ministry.
Preventing “Let Down” Sundays
Easter and Christmas are just a few of the major Sundays that demand a lot from leaders and volunteers. How do you prevent burnout or “lagging” Sundays for the week after?
Spirituality of Jonathan Edwards | JEC at Gateway Seminary
Dr. Chris Chun hosted a digital symposium with Dr. Michael Haykin and Dr. Robert Caldwell to discuss Edwards’ spirituality, devotional life and theological impact in American Christianity.
Faculty Dialogues: Dispensationalism or Not
In this episode of Faculty Dialogues, Dr. David Rathel and Dr. Paul Wegner held a live discussion on their views on dispensationalism.