How ought churches, denominations and traditions respond when they find themselves in disagreement over important moral issues of the day? Dr. Michael Root, an important shaper of modern ecumenical conversation, and Professor of Systematic Theology at the Catholic University in America, gives us some historical and ecumenical context for this very important question.
Browse our speakers chronologically using the links to the left, or use the search function at the top of the page to search for a particular speaker or lecture series.
Jul 12 2015
Disagreements and Church Unity: The Morally Divided Body
Jul 5 2015
What Does the Lord Require? An Exploration of Biblical Justice
John Bernbaum, an Elder on Session, longtime missionary to Russia, and veteran teacher shares his passion and conviction concerning the overwhelming call for justice found in Scripture and the implications this has for NPC in our engagement locally and around the world.
Jun 28 2015
Glimmers of Hope from the Holy Land
Author and longtime NPC member Dale Hanson Bourke shares insights from her recent travels in the Holy Land and Jordan. Copies of her book on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict are available for sale and signing.
Jun 7 2015
Renaissance: The Power of the Gospel However Dark the Times
Dr. Os Guinness affirms that the best days of Christian faith are not behind us… if we will answer the call to a new Christian Renaissance. Dr. Guinness is the author of over 30 books; copies of many of his books are for sale in the NPC bookstore.
May 7 2015
An Evening with David Brooks
In today’s culture, the drive for external success and achievement is so fierce, there’s little time to cultivate inner depth.
David Brooks, New York Times columnist and author of the new book, The Road to Character, leads us in an exploration of true fulfillment in a society that emphasizes résumé virtues over eulogy virtues.
Brooks discusses topics from The Road to Character, which looks at the lives of some of world’s greatest thinkers and leaders to illuminate how character is developed.