Elie Haddad

February 22, 2018

Should Women Teach in Seminary? هل من المقبول أن تعلّم النساء في كليّات اللاهوت؟

(أستاذة في كلية اللاهوت المعمدانية العربية تدرّب الطلاب في مهارات المشورة | Photo: ABTS professor training students in counseling skills)  By Elie Haddad John Piper released a new episode on his podcast on January 22, 2018 entitled “Is There a Place for Female Professors at Seminary?” His conclusion is consistent with his […]
July 27, 2017

Reflections on Citizenship

By Elie Haddad I am a native Lebanese citizen. I was born and raised in Lebanon. I love Lebanon, despite the insecurity, uncertainty, and corruption that characterize the country, and despite having grown up during the civil war. Lebanon has left its mark on me. Even the years of the […]
December 22, 2016

Merry Christmas from a Cynic: The Paradoxes of our Annual Celebrations

By Elie Haddad I have a confession to make. I don’t like the Christmas season. But how can someone who is supposed to be a mature Christian leader not like the Christmas season? Every year at this time I find myself having to reflect on this predicament and do a […]
January 17, 2013

The Good News of the Arab Spring

by Elie Haddad A question has been on my mind a lot lately. What should the role of the Church be in the context of our troubled region? How should the Church respond to its changing realities as the Arab spring is unfolding? We can observe a variety of responses […]