Christian worldview week at NGU

Christian worldview week at NGU

Feature photo courtesy of Aaron Burden on Unsplash.

Photos taken by the author.

Riley Belle Kinard, Staff Photographer

Christian worldview week was held March 6-5 at North Greenville University. Guest speakers such as Katie McCoy and Jason Thacker spoke in Chapel to discuss “thinking Christianly about human nature.” 

NGU has recognized Christian worldview week for two decades now. This week allows our community to come together to bring awareness to our culture and how we can relate it to the gospel.

McCoy is the director of Women’s Ministry for Texas Baptists. She is the author of To Be a Woman: The Confusion Over Female Identity and How Christians Can Respond. She has a PhD in Systematic Theology from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. While at NGU, McCoy spoke on the importance of your identity in our generation today. At the end of her lecture in Hamlin Recital Hall, she allowed time for students and professors to ask questions regarding these issues in today’s society.

Thacker is an assistant professor of philosophy and ethics at Boyce College in Louisville, Kentucky. He is the author of books including The Age of AI: Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Humanity and Following Jesus in the Digital Age . He spoke in Turner Chapel on March 6 and discussed the impact of technology in our life as Christians.

Both McCoy and Thacker spoke twice while on campus for Christian Worldview week, allowing opportunities for students to engage deeper to their worldview topics.

Verified by MonsterInsights