On Christianity and the Arts

PTLs this Fall will focus on Christianity and the Arts. Lectures will be held every first Saturday of the month. Speakers will help us to think Christianly about film, music, visual arts, and more.

Join us on Saturday, December 3rd for our next lecture in this series. We'll meet in the sanctuary at 5:30 pm to hear from Carlos Canul on "Transcendence of Light and Hope in the Visual Arts." Professor Canul will speak from a spiritual perspective on light in the visual arts, and how it overtakes darkness through spiritual illumination, as it deals with hope, faith, and supernatural occurrences.

Carlos Canul bio

On Christianity and the Arts

PTLs this Fall will focus on Christianity and the Arts. Lectures will be held every first Saturday of the month. Speakers will help us to think Christianly about film, music, visual arts, and more.

Join us on Saturday, December 3rd for our next lecture in this series. We'll meet in the sanctuary at 5:30 pm to hear from Carlos Canul on "Transcendence of Light and Hope in the Visual Arts." Professor Canul will speak from a spiritual perspective on light in the visual arts, and how it overtakes darkness through spiritual illumination, as it deals with hope, faith, and supernatural occurrences.

Carlos Canul bio

On Christianity and the Arts

PTLs this Fall will focus on Christianity and the Arts. Lectures will be held every first Saturday of the month. Speakers will help us to think Christianly about film, music, visual arts, and more.

Join us on Saturday, December 3rd for our next lecture in this series. We'll meet in the sanctuary at 5:30 pm to hear from Carlos Canul on "Transcendence of Light and Hope in the Visual Arts." Professor Canul will speak from a spiritual perspective on light in the visual arts, and how it overtakes darkness through spiritual illumination, as it deals with hope, faith, and supernatural occurrences.

Carlos Canul bio

On Christianity and the Arts

PTLs this Fall will focus on Christianity and the Arts. Lectures will be held every first Saturday of the month. Speakers will help us to think Christianly about film, music, visual arts, and more.

Join us on Saturday, December 3rd for our next lecture in this series. We'll meet in the sanctuary at 5:30 pm to hear from Carlos Canul on "Transcendence of Light and Hope in the Visual Arts." Professor Canul will speak from a spiritual perspective on light in the visual arts, and how it overtakes darkness through spiritual illumination, as it deals with hope, faith, and supernatural occurrences.

Carlos Canul bio

PTLs this Fall will focus on Christianity and the Arts. Lectures will be held every first Saturday of the month. Speakers will help us to think Christianly about film, music, visual arts, and more.

Join us on Saturday, December 3rd for our next lecture in this series. We'll meet in the sanctuary at 5:30 pm to hear from Carlos Canul on "Transcendence of Light and Hope in the Visual Arts." Professor Canul will speak from a spiritual perspective on light in the visual arts, and how it overtakes darkness through spiritual illumination, as it deals with hope, faith, and supernatural occurrences.

Carlos Canul bio

PTLs this Fall will focus on Christianity and the Arts. Lectures will be held every first Saturday of the month. Speakers will help us to think Christianly about film, music, visual arts, and more.

Join us on Saturday, December 3rd for our next lecture in this series. We'll meet in the sanctuary at 5:30 pm to hear from Carlos Canul on "Transcendence of Light and Hope in the Visual Arts." Professor Canul will speak from a spiritual perspective on light in the visual arts, and how it overtakes darkness through spiritual illumination, as it deals with hope, faith, and supernatural occurrences.

Carlos Canul bio

On Christianity and the Arts

PTLs this Fall will focus on Christianity and the Arts. Lectures will be held every first Saturday of the month. Speakers will help us to think Christianly about film, music, visual arts, and more.

Join us on Saturday, December 3rd for our next lecture in this series. We'll meet in the sanctuary at 5:30 pm to hear from Carlos Canul on "Transcendence of Light and Hope in the Visual Arts." Professor Canul will speak from a spiritual perspective on light in the visual arts, and how it overtakes darkness through spiritual illumination, as it deals with hope, faith, and supernatural occurrences.

Carlos Canul bio

On Christianity and the Arts

PTLs this Fall will focus on Christianity and the Arts. Lectures will be held every first Saturday of the month. Speakers will help us to think Christianly about film, music, visual arts, and more.

Join us on Saturday, December 3rd for our next lecture in this series. We'll meet in the sanctuary at 5:30 pm to hear from Carlos Canul on "Transcendence of Light and Hope in the Visual Arts." Professor Canul will speak from a spiritual perspective on light in the visual arts, and how it overtakes darkness through spiritual illumination, as it deals with hope, faith, and supernatural occurrences.

Carlos Canul bio

PTLs this Fall will focus on Christianity and the Arts. Lectures will be held every first Saturday of the month. Speakers will help us to think Christianly about film, music, visual arts, and more.

Join us on Saturday, December 3rd for our next lecture in this series. We'll meet in the sanctuary at 5:30 pm to hear from Carlos Canul on "Transcendence of Light and Hope in the Visual Arts." Professor Canul will speak from a spiritual perspective on light in the visual arts, and how it overtakes darkness through spiritual illumination, as it deals with hope, faith, and supernatural occurrences.

Carlos Canul bio

PTLs this Fall will focus on Christianity and the Arts. Lectures will be held every first Saturday of the month. Speakers will help us to think Christianly about film, music, visual arts, and more.

Join us on Saturday, December 3rd for our next lecture in this series. We'll meet in the sanctuary at 5:30 pm to hear from Carlos Canul on "Transcendence of Light and Hope in the Visual Arts." Professor Canul will speak from a spiritual perspective on light in the visual arts, and how it overtakes darkness through spiritual illumination, as it deals with hope, faith, and supernatural occurrences.

Carlos Canul bio

“My drawings lead to a deeper understanding of my painting modalities; thus, they hold the key to expressing my painterly explorations.”

Carlos Canul

Carlos Canul is a contemporary abstract oil painter who lives and works in Splendora, Texas. A native of Brownsville, Texas, his art focuses on the merging of figuration and abstraction, while holding together the traditions of a layered exploration of the medium. His personal style draws from a combination of his Mayan heritage and the spiritual dialogue that draws forth within his life, and the natural surroundings he encounters wherever he goes. 

Canul is also a professor of visual art at Houston Christian University where he teaches graduate level painting and drawing, gallery and museum practices, and graduate level seminars. He is director of The Fine Arts Museum and director/lead curator of the Contemporary Art Gallery on the HBU campus, where he exhibits the artwork of local, regional, and international visual artists. Canul also works with his wife Ruby Surls at the family art studio in Splendora, Texas; an alternative art space focusing on arts education, visual and performing arts, and the environment.

“My drawings lead to a deeper understanding of my painting modalities; thus, they hold the key to expressing my painterly explorations.”

Carlos Canul

Carlos Canul is a contemporary abstract oil painter who lives and works in Splendora, Texas. A native of Brownsville, Texas, his art focuses on the merging of figuration and abstraction, while holding together the traditions of a layered exploration of the medium. His personal style draws from a combination of his Mayan heritage and the spiritual dialogue that draws forth within his life, and the natural surroundings he encounters wherever he goes. 

Canul is also a professor of visual art at Houston Christian University where he teaches graduate level painting and drawing, gallery and museum practices, and graduate level seminars. He is director of The Fine Arts Museum and director/lead curator of the Contemporary Art Gallery on the HBU campus, where he exhibits the artwork of local, regional, and international visual artists. Canul also works with his wife Ruby Surls at the family art studio in Splendora, Texas; an alternative art space focusing on arts education, visual and performing arts, and the environment.

“My drawings lead to a deeper understanding of my painting modalities; thus, they hold the key to expressing my painterly explorations.”

Carlos Canul

Carlos Canul is a contemporary abstract oil painter who lives and works in Splendora, Texas. A native of Brownsville, Texas, his art focuses on the merging of figuration and abstraction, while holding together the traditions of a layered exploration of the medium. His personal style draws from a combination of his Mayan heritage and the spiritual dialogue that draws forth within his life, and the natural surroundings he encounters wherever he goes. 

Canul is also a professor of visual art at Houston Christian University where he teaches graduate level painting and drawing, gallery and museum practices, and graduate level seminars. He is director of The Fine Arts Museum and director/lead curator of the Contemporary Art Gallery on the HBU campus, where he exhibits the artwork of local, regional, and international visual artists. Canul also works with his wife Ruby Surls at the family art studio in Splendora, Texas; an alternative art space focusing on arts education, visual and performing arts, and the environment.

“My drawings lead to a deeper understanding of my painting modalities; thus, they hold the key to expressing my painterly explorations.”

Carlos Canul

Carlos Canul is a contemporary abstract oil painter who lives and works in Splendora, Texas. A native of Brownsville, Texas, his art focuses on the merging of figuration and abstraction, while holding together the traditions of a layered exploration of the medium. His personal style draws from a combination of his Mayan heritage and the spiritual dialogue that draws forth within his life, and the natural surroundings he encounters wherever he goes. 

Canul is also a professor of visual art at Houston Christian University where he teaches graduate level painting and drawing, gallery and museum practices, and graduate level seminars. He is director of The Fine Arts Museum and director/lead curator of the Contemporary Art Gallery on the HBU campus, where he exhibits the artwork of local, regional, and international visual artists. Canul also works with his wife Ruby Surls at the family art studio in Splendora, Texas; an alternative art space focusing on arts education, visual and performing arts, and the environment.

“My drawings lead to a deeper understanding of my painting modalities; thus, they hold the key to expressing my painterly explorations.”

Carlos Canul

Carlos Canul is a contemporary abstract oil painter who lives and works in Splendora, Texas. A native of Brownsville, Texas, his art focuses on the merging of figuration and abstraction, while holding together the traditions of a layered exploration of the medium. His personal style draws from a combination of his Mayan heritage and the spiritual dialogue that draws forth within his life, and the natural surroundings he encounters wherever he goes. 

Canul is also a professor of visual art at Houston Christian University where he teaches graduate level painting and drawing, gallery and museum practices, and graduate level seminars. He is director of The Fine Arts Museum and director/lead curator of the Contemporary Art Gallery on the HBU campus, where he exhibits the artwork of local, regional, and international visual artists. Canul also works with his wife Ruby Surls at the family art studio in Splendora, Texas; an alternative art space focusing on arts education, visual and performing arts, and the environment.

“My drawings lead to a deeper understanding of my painting modalities; thus, they hold the key to expressing my painterly explorations.”

Carlos Canul

Carlos Canul is a contemporary abstract oil painter who lives and works in Splendora, Texas. A native of Brownsville, Texas, his art focuses on the merging of figuration and abstraction, while holding together the traditions of a layered exploration of the medium. His personal style draws from a combination of his Mayan heritage and the spiritual dialogue that draws forth within his life, and the natural surroundings he encounters wherever he goes. 

Canul is also a professor of visual art at Houston Christian University where he teaches graduate level painting and drawing, gallery and museum practices, and graduate level seminars. He is director of The Fine Arts Museum and director/lead curator of the Contemporary Art Gallery on the HBU campus, where he exhibits the artwork of local, regional, and international visual artists. Canul also works with his wife Ruby Surls at the family art studio in Splendora, Texas; an alternative art space focusing on arts education, visual and performing arts, and the environment.

“My drawings lead to a deeper understanding of my painting modalities; thus, they hold the key to expressing my painterly explorations.”

Carlos Canul

Carlos Canul is a contemporary abstract oil painter who lives and works in Splendora, Texas. A native of Brownsville, Texas, his art focuses on the merging of figuration and abstraction, while holding together the traditions of a layered exploration of the medium. His personal style draws from a combination of his Mayan heritage and the spiritual dialogue that draws forth within his life, and the natural surroundings he encounters wherever he goes. 

Canul is also a professor of visual art at Houston Christian University where he teaches graduate level painting and drawing, gallery and museum practices, and graduate level seminars. He is director of The Fine Arts Museum and director/lead curator of the Contemporary Art Gallery on the HBU campus, where he exhibits the artwork of local, regional, and international visual artists. Canul also works with his wife Ruby Surls at the family art studio in Splendora, Texas; an alternative art space focusing on arts education, visual and performing arts, and the environment.

“My drawings lead to a deeper understanding of my painting modalities; thus, they hold the key to expressing my painterly explorations.”

Carlos Canul

Carlos Canul is a contemporary abstract oil painter who lives and works in Splendora, Texas. A native of Brownsville, Texas, his art focuses on the merging of figuration and abstraction, while holding together the traditions of a layered exploration of the medium. His personal style draws from a combination of his Mayan heritage and the spiritual dialogue that draws forth within his life, and the natural surroundings he encounters wherever he goes. 

Canul is also a professor of visual art at Houston Christian University where he teaches graduate level painting and drawing, gallery and museum practices, and graduate level seminars. He is director of The Fine Arts Museum and director/lead curator of the Contemporary Art Gallery on the HBU campus, where he exhibits the artwork of local, regional, and international visual artists. Canul also works with his wife Ruby Surls at the family art studio in Splendora, Texas; an alternative art space focusing on arts education, visual and performing arts, and the environment.

“My drawings lead to a deeper understanding of my painting modalities; thus, they hold the key to expressing my painterly explorations.”

Carlos Canul

Carlos Canul is a contemporary abstract oil painter who lives and works in Splendora, Texas. A native of Brownsville, Texas, his art focuses on the merging of figuration and abstraction, while holding together the traditions of a layered exploration of the medium. His personal style draws from a combination of his Mayan heritage and the spiritual dialogue that draws forth within his life, and the natural surroundings he encounters wherever he goes. 

Canul is also a professor of visual art at Houston Christian University where he teaches graduate level painting and drawing, gallery and museum practices, and graduate level seminars. He is director of The Fine Arts Museum and director/lead curator of the Contemporary Art Gallery on the HBU campus, where he exhibits the artwork of local, regional, and international visual artists. Canul also works with his wife Ruby Surls at the family art studio in Splendora, Texas; an alternative art space focusing on arts education, visual and performing arts, and the environment.

“My drawings lead to a deeper understanding of my painting modalities; thus, they hold the key to expressing my painterly explorations.”

Carlos Canul

Carlos Canul is a contemporary abstract oil painter who lives and works in Splendora, Texas. A native of Brownsville, Texas, his art focuses on the merging of figuration and abstraction, while holding together the traditions of a layered exploration of the medium. His personal style draws from a combination of his Mayan heritage and the spiritual dialogue that draws forth within his life, and the natural surroundings he encounters wherever he goes. 

Canul is also a professor of visual art at Houston Christian University where he teaches graduate level painting and drawing, gallery and museum practices, and graduate level seminars. He is director of The Fine Arts Museum and director/lead curator of the Contemporary Art Gallery on the HBU campus, where he exhibits the artwork of local, regional, and international visual artists. Canul also works with his wife Ruby Surls at the family art studio in Splendora, Texas; an alternative art space focusing on arts education, visual and performing arts, and the environment.

What are HCC Public Theology Lectures?

A recurring lecture series hosted by Houston Chinese Church where visiting scholars are invited to help fellow believers to think Christianly on a variety of topics such as philosophy, politics, economics, science, art, literature, and more. Lectures will typically occur in a series of four consecutive weeks and will usually take place at HCC on Saturdays from 5:00pm to 6:15pm.

What are the goals of these lectures?

  1. Primarily, to edify minds and encourage hearts through robust theological reflection.
  2. Secondarily, to provide attendees, at the close of each lecture, a range of informal opportunities to fellowship over a meal or other engaging activities. 

Who can attend these lectures?

The Public Theology lectures are open to everyone in the church in all three language congregations – as well as to your friends, colleagues, and neighbors. The lectures themselves will be conducted in English. Children and youth are welcomed to join but generally, no childcare will be provided.

What if I missed a lecture?

You can watch recordings of the Public Theology Lectures on Youtube through this playlist or through the links below.

 


Fall 2022: On Christianity & the Arts

will be uploaded soon - October 1, 2022
Feeling Theologically - How the Arts Enrich Our Thinking About God
Dr. Phil Tallon

 

Spring 2022: On Christian Ethics

March 5, 2022
Rehabilitating the Classical Virtues in Narnia and Middle Earth
Dr. Louis Markos

March 12, 2022
The Moral Argument for God
Dr. David Baggett

March 19, 2022
Ultimate Motivation: Heaven, Hell, & the Ground of Morality
Dr. Jerry Walls

March 26, 2022
The Virtuous Professional: The End of Business
Dr. Jodey Hinze

April 3, 2022
Thinking Theologically About War
Dr. Jeffrey Green

 

March 2022 Public Theology Lectures

What are HCC Public Theology Lectures?

A recurring lecture series hosted by Houston Chinese Church where visiting scholars are invited to help fellow believers to think Christianly on a variety of topics such as philosophy, politics, economics, science, art, literature, and more. Lectures will typically occur in a series of four consecutive weeks and will usually take place at HCC on Saturdays from 5:00pm to 6:15pm.

What are the goals of these lectures?

  1. Primarily, to edify minds and encourage hearts through robust theological reflection.
  2. Secondarily, to provide attendees, at the close of each lecture, a range of informal opportunities to fellowship over a meal or other engaging activities. 

Who can attend these lectures?

The Public Theology lectures are open to everyone in the church in all three language congregations – as well as to your friends, colleagues, and neighbors. The lectures themselves will be conducted in English. Children and youth are welcomed to join but generally, no childcare will be provided.

What if I missed a lecture?

You can watch recordings of the Public Theology Lectures on Youtube through this playlist or through the links below.

 


Fall 2022: On Christianity & the Arts

will be uploaded soon - October 1, 2022
Feeling Theologically - How the Arts Enrich Our Thinking About God
Dr. Phil Tallon

 

Spring 2022: On Christian Ethics

March 5, 2022
Rehabilitating the Classical Virtues in Narnia and Middle Earth
Dr. Louis Markos

March 12, 2022
The Moral Argument for God
Dr. David Baggett

March 19, 2022
Ultimate Motivation: Heaven, Hell, & the Ground of Morality
Dr. Jerry Walls

March 26, 2022
The Virtuous Professional: The End of Business
Dr. Jodey Hinze

April 3, 2022
Thinking Theologically About War
Dr. Jeffrey Green

 

What are HCC Public Theology Lectures?

A recurring lecture series hosted by Houston Chinese Church where visiting scholars are invited to help fellow believers to think Christianly on a variety of topics such as philosophy, politics, economics, science, art, literature, and more. Lectures will typically occur in a series of four consecutive weeks and will usually take place at HCC on Saturdays from 5:00pm to 6:15pm.

What are the goals of these lectures?

  1. Primarily, to edify minds and encourage hearts through robust theological reflection.
  2. Secondarily, to provide attendees, at the close of each lecture, a range of informal opportunities to fellowship over a meal or other engaging activities. 

Who can attend these lectures?

The Public Theology lectures are open to everyone in the church in all three language congregations – as well as to your friends, colleagues, and neighbors. The lectures themselves will be conducted in English. Children and youth are welcomed to join but generally, no childcare will be provided.

What if I missed a lecture?

You can watch recordings of the Public Theology Lectures on Youtube through this playlist or through the links below.

 


Fall 2022: On Christianity & the Arts

will be uploaded soon - October 1, 2022
Feeling Theologically - How the Arts Enrich Our Thinking About God
Dr. Phil Tallon

 

Spring 2022: On Christian Ethics

March 5, 2022
Rehabilitating the Classical Virtues in Narnia and Middle Earth
Dr. Louis Markos

March 12, 2022
The Moral Argument for God
Dr. David Baggett

March 19, 2022
Ultimate Motivation: Heaven, Hell, & the Ground of Morality
Dr. Jerry Walls

March 26, 2022
The Virtuous Professional: The End of Business
Dr. Jodey Hinze

April 3, 2022
Thinking Theologically About War
Dr. Jeffrey Green

 

March 2022 Public Theology Lectures

What are HCC Public Theology Lectures?

A recurring lecture series hosted by Houston Chinese Church where visiting scholars are invited to help fellow believers to think Christianly on a variety of topics such as philosophy, politics, economics, science, art, literature, and more. Lectures will typically occur in a series of four consecutive weeks and will usually take place at HCC on Saturdays from 5:00pm to 6:15pm.

What are the goals of these lectures?

  1. Primarily, to edify minds and encourage hearts through robust theological reflection.
  2. Secondarily, to provide attendees, at the close of each lecture, a range of informal opportunities to fellowship over a meal or other engaging activities. 

Who can attend these lectures?

The Public Theology lectures are open to everyone in the church in all three language congregations – as well as to your friends, colleagues, and neighbors. The lectures themselves will be conducted in English. Children and youth are welcomed to join but generally, no childcare will be provided.

What if I missed a lecture?

You can watch recordings of the Public Theology Lectures on Youtube through this playlist or through the links below.

 


Fall 2022: On Christianity & the Arts

will be uploaded soon - October 1, 2022
Feeling Theologically - How the Arts Enrich Our Thinking About God
Dr. Phil Tallon

 

Spring 2022: On Christian Ethics

March 5, 2022
Rehabilitating the Classical Virtues in Narnia and Middle Earth
Dr. Louis Markos

March 12, 2022
The Moral Argument for God
Dr. David Baggett

March 19, 2022
Ultimate Motivation: Heaven, Hell, & the Ground of Morality
Dr. Jerry Walls

March 26, 2022
The Virtuous Professional: The End of Business
Dr. Jodey Hinze

April 3, 2022
Thinking Theologically About War
Dr. Jeffrey Green

 

March 2022 Public Theology Lectures

What are HCC Public Theology Lectures?

A recurring lecture series hosted by Houston Chinese Church where visiting scholars are invited to help fellow believers to think Christianly on a variety of topics such as philosophy, politics, economics, science, art, literature, and more. Lectures will typically occur in a series of four consecutive weeks and will usually take place at HCC on Saturdays from 5:00pm to 6:15pm.

What are the goals of these lectures?

  1. Primarily, to edify minds and encourage hearts through robust theological reflection.
  2. Secondarily, to provide attendees, at the close of each lecture, a range of informal opportunities to fellowship over a meal or other engaging activities. 

Who can attend these lectures?

The Public Theology lectures are open to everyone in the church in all three language congregations – as well as to your friends, colleagues, and neighbors. The lectures themselves will be conducted in English. Children and youth are welcomed to join but generally, no childcare will be provided.

What if I missed a lecture?

You can watch recordings of the Public Theology Lectures on Youtube through this playlist or through the links below.

 


Fall 2022: On Christianity & the Arts

will be uploaded soon - October 1, 2022
Feeling Theologically - How the Arts Enrich Our Thinking About God
Dr. Phil Tallon

 

Spring 2022: On Christian Ethics

March 5, 2022
Rehabilitating the Classical Virtues in Narnia and Middle Earth
Dr. Louis Markos

March 12, 2022
The Moral Argument for God
Dr. David Baggett

March 19, 2022
Ultimate Motivation: Heaven, Hell, & the Ground of Morality
Dr. Jerry Walls

March 26, 2022
The Virtuous Professional: The End of Business
Dr. Jodey Hinze

April 3, 2022
Thinking Theologically About War
Dr. Jeffrey Green

 

March 2022 Public Theology Lectures

What are HCC Public Theology Lectures?

A recurring lecture series hosted by Houston Chinese Church where visiting scholars are invited to help fellow believers to think Christianly on a variety of topics such as philosophy, politics, economics, science, art, literature, and more. Lectures will typically occur in a series of four consecutive weeks and will usually take place at HCC on Saturdays from 5:00pm to 6:15pm.

What are the goals of these lectures?

  1. Primarily, to edify minds and encourage hearts through robust theological reflection.
  2. Secondarily, to provide attendees, at the close of each lecture, a range of informal opportunities to fellowship over a meal or other engaging activities. 

Who can attend these lectures?

The Public Theology lectures are open to everyone in the church in all three language congregations – as well as to your friends, colleagues, and neighbors. The lectures themselves will be conducted in English. Children and youth are welcomed to join but generally, no childcare will be provided.

What if I missed a lecture?

You can watch recordings of the Public Theology Lectures on Youtube through this playlist or through the links below.

 


Fall 2022: On Christianity & the Arts

will be uploaded soon - October 1, 2022
Feeling Theologically - How the Arts Enrich Our Thinking About God
Dr. Phil Tallon

 

Spring 2022: On Christian Ethics

March 5, 2022
Rehabilitating the Classical Virtues in Narnia and Middle Earth
Dr. Louis Markos

March 12, 2022
The Moral Argument for God
Dr. David Baggett

March 19, 2022
Ultimate Motivation: Heaven, Hell, & the Ground of Morality
Dr. Jerry Walls

March 26, 2022
The Virtuous Professional: The End of Business
Dr. Jodey Hinze

April 3, 2022
Thinking Theologically About War
Dr. Jeffrey Green

 

March 2022 Public Theology Lectures

What are HCC Public Theology Lectures?

A recurring lecture series hosted by Houston Chinese Church where visiting scholars are invited to help fellow believers to think Christianly on a variety of topics such as philosophy, politics, economics, science, art, literature, and more. Lectures will typically occur in a series of four consecutive weeks and will usually take place at HCC on Saturdays from 5:00pm to 6:15pm.

What are the goals of these lectures?

  1. Primarily, to edify minds and encourage hearts through robust theological reflection.
  2. Secondarily, to provide attendees, at the close of each lecture, a range of informal opportunities to fellowship over a meal or other engaging activities. 

Who can attend these lectures?

The Public Theology lectures are open to everyone in the church in all three language congregations – as well as to your friends, colleagues, and neighbors. The lectures themselves will be conducted in English. Children and youth are welcomed to join but generally, no childcare will be provided.

What if I missed a lecture?

You can watch recordings of the Public Theology Lectures on Youtube through this playlist or through the links below.

 


Fall 2022: On Christianity & the Arts

will be uploaded soon - October 1, 2022
Feeling Theologically - How the Arts Enrich Our Thinking About God
Dr. Phil Tallon

 

Spring 2022: On Christian Ethics

March 5, 2022
Rehabilitating the Classical Virtues in Narnia and Middle Earth
Dr. Louis Markos

March 12, 2022
The Moral Argument for God
Dr. David Baggett

March 19, 2022
Ultimate Motivation: Heaven, Hell, & the Ground of Morality
Dr. Jerry Walls

March 26, 2022
The Virtuous Professional: The End of Business
Dr. Jodey Hinze

April 3, 2022
Thinking Theologically About War
Dr. Jeffrey Green

 

March 2022 Public Theology Lectures

What are HCC Public Theology Lectures?

A recurring lecture series hosted by Houston Chinese Church where visiting scholars are invited to help fellow believers to think Christianly on a variety of topics such as philosophy, politics, economics, science, art, literature, and more. Lectures will typically occur in a series of four consecutive weeks and will usually take place at HCC on Saturdays from 5:00pm to 6:15pm.

What are the goals of these lectures?

  1. Primarily, to edify minds and encourage hearts through robust theological reflection.
  2. Secondarily, to provide attendees, at the close of each lecture, a range of informal opportunities to fellowship over a meal or other engaging activities. 

Who can attend these lectures?

The Public Theology lectures are open to everyone in the church in all three language congregations – as well as to your friends, colleagues, and neighbors. The lectures themselves will be conducted in English. Children and youth are welcomed to join but generally, no childcare will be provided.

What if I missed a lecture?

You can watch recordings of the Public Theology Lectures on Youtube through this playlist or through the links below.

 


Fall 2022: On Christianity & the Arts

will be uploaded soon - October 1, 2022
Feeling Theologically - How the Arts Enrich Our Thinking About God
Dr. Phil Tallon

 

Spring 2022: On Christian Ethics

March 5, 2022
Rehabilitating the Classical Virtues in Narnia and Middle Earth
Dr. Louis Markos

March 12, 2022
The Moral Argument for God
Dr. David Baggett

March 19, 2022
Ultimate Motivation: Heaven, Hell, & the Ground of Morality
Dr. Jerry Walls

March 26, 2022
The Virtuous Professional: The End of Business
Dr. Jodey Hinze

April 3, 2022
Thinking Theologically About War
Dr. Jeffrey Green

 

March 2022 Public Theology Lectures

What are HCC Public Theology Lectures?

A recurring lecture series hosted by Houston Chinese Church where visiting scholars are invited to help fellow believers to think Christianly on a variety of topics such as philosophy, politics, economics, science, art, literature, and more. Lectures will typically occur in a series of four consecutive weeks and will usually take place at HCC on Saturdays from 5:00pm to 6:15pm.

What are the goals of these lectures?

  1. Primarily, to edify minds and encourage hearts through robust theological reflection.
  2. Secondarily, to provide attendees, at the close of each lecture, a range of informal opportunities to fellowship over a meal or other engaging activities. 

Who can attend these lectures?

The Public Theology lectures are open to everyone in the church in all three language congregations – as well as to your friends, colleagues, and neighbors. The lectures themselves will be conducted in English. Children and youth are welcomed to join but generally, no childcare will be provided.

What if I missed a lecture?

You can watch recordings of the Public Theology Lectures on Youtube through this playlist or through the links below.

 


Fall 2022: On Christianity & the Arts

will be uploaded soon - October 1, 2022
Feeling Theologically - How the Arts Enrich Our Thinking About God
Dr. Phil Tallon

 

Spring 2022: On Christian Ethics

March 5, 2022
Rehabilitating the Classical Virtues in Narnia and Middle Earth
Dr. Louis Markos

March 12, 2022
The Moral Argument for God
Dr. David Baggett

March 19, 2022
Ultimate Motivation: Heaven, Hell, & the Ground of Morality
Dr. Jerry Walls

March 26, 2022
The Virtuous Professional: The End of Business
Dr. Jodey Hinze

April 3, 2022
Thinking Theologically About War
Dr. Jeffrey Green

 

What are HCC Public Theology Lectures?

A recurring lecture series hosted by Houston Chinese Church where visiting scholars are invited to help fellow believers to think Christianly on a variety of topics such as philosophy, politics, economics, science, art, literature, and more. Lectures will typically occur in a series of four consecutive weeks and will usually take place at HCC on Saturdays from 5:00pm to 6:15pm.

What are the goals of these lectures?

  1. Primarily, to edify minds and encourage hearts through robust theological reflection.
  2. Secondarily, to provide attendees, at the close of each lecture, a range of informal opportunities to fellowship over a meal or other engaging activities. 

Who can attend these lectures?

The Public Theology lectures are open to everyone in the church in all three language congregations – as well as to your friends, colleagues, and neighbors. The lectures themselves will be conducted in English. Children and youth are welcomed to join but generally, no childcare will be provided.

What if I missed a lecture?

You can watch recordings of the Public Theology Lectures on Youtube through this playlist or through the links below.

 


Fall 2022: On Christianity & the Arts

will be uploaded soon - October 1, 2022
Feeling Theologically - How the Arts Enrich Our Thinking About God
Dr. Phil Tallon

 

Spring 2022: On Christian Ethics

March 5, 2022
Rehabilitating the Classical Virtues in Narnia and Middle Earth
Dr. Louis Markos

March 12, 2022
The Moral Argument for God
Dr. David Baggett

March 19, 2022
Ultimate Motivation: Heaven, Hell, & the Ground of Morality
Dr. Jerry Walls

March 26, 2022
The Virtuous Professional: The End of Business
Dr. Jodey Hinze

April 3, 2022
Thinking Theologically About War
Dr. Jeffrey Green