Christmas from the Wise Men’s Point of View: The Apocryphal Revelation of the Magi - Brent Landau lecture Nov. 29
Where young evangelicals are headed – @ayjay
Roy Moore and the confused identity of today’s “evangelical” voter Thomas Kidd via @voxdotcom
Evangelical Preaching in North America in the Late Twentieth Century - David Bebbington
Not All Turkey and Touchdowns Thomas Kidd, @TGC #Thanksgiving
A Lost Century, and a Slipped Date Philip Jenkins via @anxious_bench @PatheosEvang
State Department Fails to Meet Deadline for "Countries of Particular Concern" Designations @USCIRF
Faith and the Challenges of Secularism: A Jewish-Christian-Muslim Trialogue @McCormickProf
What’s behind the New Testament? @jonestony via @ChristianCent
Houses of Parliament to be lit up in red for persecuted Christians | @CatholicHerald h/t…

Verónica A. Gutiérrez Lecture

February 21, 2018 @ 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm

Luther in the New World: Native People and Reformation in Sixteenth-Century New Spain

In 1521, the Holy Roman Emperor, Charles V, summoned Martin Luther before the Diet of Worms, where he ultimately refused to recant his theological writings. Later that same year, Spanish conquistador Hernando Cortés – in an act technically constituting treason against the same Emperor Charles V – vanquished the Mexica (Aztec) people across the ocean in Tenochtitlan (modern-day Mexico City). Neither Luther nor Cortés had any inclination of the other’s activities, yet taken together, their actions would determine the spiritual fate of the native peoples in the New World over the next three hundred years.