Lessons I Learned from My Father – Dr. Kevin Golden
“Tangible: Theology Learned and Lived” explores the ways in which theology permeates all aspects of life. Through conversations with our faculty, we will challenge you to deepen your theology and live out your faith in Christ. We’ll talk with a variety of professors on a variety of topics – something different in every episode, but all pointing to the intersection of faith and daily life. It’s tangible: theology learned and lived.
This week we talk with Dr. Kevin Golden, professor of exegetical theology and the dean of theological research and publications at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis. As dad to seven children, Dr. Golden has some experience with fatherhood. The sayings he heard from his own father have shaped his parenting, ministry and his life. Tune in to hear how his dad made theology tangible. “A significant part of the book of Proverbs is a father speaking to his son…there’s that natural order and therefore wisdom. And that’s what I really saw with my father. He had insight into how the world works.” Dr. Golden