Brad Green

Bradley G. Green teaches theology at Union University in Jackson, Tennessee.  He earned an M.Div. at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, a Th.M. at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, and a Ph.D. at Baylor University.  He is the author of several books: Colin Gunton and the Failure of Augustine: The Theology of Colin Gunton in Light of Augustine (Wipf and Stock); The Gospel and the Mind: Recovering and Shaping the Intellectual Life (Crossway); Shapers of Christian Orthodoxy: Engaging with Early and Medieval Theologians (IVP; editor and contributor); Covenant and Commandment: Works, Obedience, and Faithfulness in the Christian Life (New Studies in Biblical Theology, IVP).  He is currently working on an introduction to Augustine (Christian Focus), as well as a volume in InterVarsity Press’ Reformation Commentary on Scripture.  He has also contributed essays and reviews to International Journal of Systematic Theology, Chronicles, First Things, Touchstone, and The Churchman.  Brad and his wife Dianne have three children—Caleb, Daniel, and Victoria.  Brad and Dianne also helped co-found Augustine School, a Christian liberal arts school in Jackson, Tennessee.


2018 Forum Sessions

Post-Luncheon Workshops

The Gospel and the Mind: Recovering and Shaping the Intellectual Life

Having helped to start a Christian school and spent years teaching in a university setting, Dr. Green has spent years thinking through the nature of the Christian faith in relation to learning – in other words, the relationship between the Gospel and the mind. This talk will explore an observation and a question. The observation: wherever the cross is planted, the academy follows. That is, when the Christian faith takes root in a culture, inevitably there emerge forms of intellectual inquiry and activity. The question: why? What is it about the Christian faith which encourages and fires the life of the mind? In this talk we will explore this important issue.



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