Video What Seminary Didn’t Teach Alistair Begg March 12, 2018 | Alistair Begg Share Share Tweet Tweet Email More Videos Social Sanity Book Club Chapter 9: Posting Well Ruth Chou Simons • Sarah Eekhoff Zylstra Ruth Chou Simons and Sarah Zylstra discuss the positive and negative aspects of having a larger online voice. Social Sanity Book Club Chapter 8: Choosing to Stay or Go Emily Jensen • Sarah Eekhoff Zylstra Emily Jensen explains how much we can gain when we deactivate our social media accounts. Does My Identity Determine Whether I Can Share My Opinions? Rebecca McLaughlin Rebecca McLaughlin argues that Christians should be slow to speak and quick to listen—while recognizing how our voices can be powerful in loving others. Is Anti-Racism Biblical? Rebecca McLaughlin Rebecca McLaughlin looks at the term ‘anti-racism’ from a biblical perspective and helps us discern which aspects of anti-racism we should affirm or disregard. Alistair Begg—senior pastor at Parkside Church and primary teacher of Truth For Life ministries— discusses the transition out of seminary and into church ministry. Advertise on TGC Alistair Begg is general editor of the CSB Spurgeon Study Bible, senior pastor of Parkside Church in Cleveland, and the Bible teacher on Truth for Life, which is heard on the radio and online around the world. He graduated from theological college in London and served two churches in Scotland before moving to Ohio. Alistair is married to Susan, and together they have three grown children and seven grandchildren. In Brave by Faith: God-Sized Confidence in a Post-Christian World (The Good Book Co., May 2021) he examines the first seven chapters of Daniel to show how to live bravely, confidently, and obediently in an increasingly secular society.