Redeeming Media Consumption
Andrew J.W. Smith
Andrew J.W. Smith is the editor of Towers and an M.Div. graduate from Southern Seminary. He is a member of Sojourn Community Church’s New Albany Campus.
Allison’s new book makes it easier than ever to understand and teach theology
50 Core Truths of the Christian Faith: A Guide to Understanding and Teaching Theology by Gregg R. Allison If you have ever taught Bible or theology to kids or teenagers as a recently enrolled seminary student, you know that it can be difficult to distill all of the complex and nuanced information from your seminary…
Chris Maragos, a donor to Southern Seminary, won the Super Bowl (twice) — but that’s not his highest goal.
A conversation with R. Albert Mohler Jr. about his newest book
EDITOR’S NOTE: Below, R. Albert Mohler Jr., president of Southern Seminary, talks with Towers editor Andrew J.W. Smith about his new book, The Prayer That Turns the World Upside Down. AJWS: Why write a book on prayer now? Was there a motivating factor? RAM: There’s a motivating factor deeply rooted in history. There has been…
Spiritual Warfare and Pastoral Ministry
Southern Seminary community remembers Draper at memorial; Trustees install Gaines to visiting professorship; And more.
Pennington discusses his book on the Sermon on the Mount.
“I can teach people what I think the Bible is saying, but I’m more interested in them actually learning to read the text for themselves and coming to the right conclusions.”
Featuring Eric L. Johnson, Lawrence and Charlotte Hoover Professor of Pastoral Care at Southern Seminary AJWS: In your experience, what factors are involved in a young man’s ongoing pornography addiction? What drives him back to it time and time again — despite negative consequences (getting caught, spiritual lifelessness, relational separation, chronic guilt, etc.)? EJ: We…
Surrendering in simple faith: Nate Larkin’s story
When the next Star Wars movie comes out, go to a showing and talk to 20 people standing in line. You’ll hear 20 different stories about the first time they saw the movies — one a 12-year-old with his brother, another a 7-year-old at the cinema for the first time, another a ’90s kid watching…