The School of Theology. Sewanee: The University of the South

Lectures/Sermons

The School of Theology has a wide variety of speakers each semester as well as continuing education workshops in conjunction with the DuBose Lectures. The faculty delivers sermons each Wednesday in the School's Chapel of the Apostles as part of the weekly community Eucharist and lunch. Below are videos of some of these notable events.

Lectures

Norman Wirzba, Salvation with the Stomach in Mind

Stanley Hauerwas, How to Write a Theological Sentence

Stanley Hauerwas, How to Preach a Theological Sermon

Walter Brueggeman, Preaching the Old Testament

Barbara Brown Taylor, 2011 DuBose Lecture 1

Barbara Brown Taylor, 2011 DuBose Lecture 2

Babara Brown Taylor, 2011 DuBose Lecture 3

Creation, Evolution, and God  Session 1

Creation, Evolution, and God  Session 2

Creation, Evolution, and God  Session 3

Creation, Evolution, and God  Session 4

Creation, Evolution, and God  Session 5

Thomas Long, 2012 DuBose Lecture 1

Thomas Long, 2012 DuBose Lecture 2

Thomas Long, 2012 DuBose Lecture 3

Workshops

2014 Market Your Church Workshop — Joshua Case, "Christianity After Google"

2014 Market Your Church Workshop — Scott Gunn, "Social Media in a Parish"

2014 Market Your Church Workshop — Q & A Session on Social Media

What's New in Parish Christian Formation

Reaching Out to Hispanics and Latinos in the 21st Century

Painting with Words

Answering God's Call as a Clergy Spouse

Sermons

The Rt. Rev. Robert Wright, 2013 Commencement Sermon

The Rev. Dr. Julia Gatta

The Rev. Dr. Benjamin King

Miscellaneous

2013 Commencement Service

Dramtic Reading of Jonah by Seminarians

Sewanee: An Episcopal Center of Learning

School of Theology Photo Archive