Date(s) - July 6, 2022
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Regent College Chapel
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Regent’s Evening Public Lecture series is back for another summer! Join us in person or online to explore Scripture, theology, culture, and much more with Summer Programs faculty and other exciting speakers.
To livestream this and other Evening Public Lectures, visit us at rgnt.net/live.
ABOUT THE LECTURE
When the church is divided into ideological camps, Christians’ visible witness is diminished and our neighbours see the kingdom of God less fully. Therefore, Christians must strive toward essential virtues and practices that help our communities grow in love and service together and make visible the vitality of God’s work in the world.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Jules Martínez-Olivieri is the Milton B. Engebretson Chair in Evangelism and Justice at North Park Theological Seminary. He is a theologian, practitioner, and author working at the intersection of social, pastoral, and systematic theology. He has taught in seminaries and universities in Puerto Rico, Guatemala, Perú, and the United States. He is author of A Visible Witness: Christology, Liberation and Participation.
FORMAT AND ATTENDANCE
Regent intends to offer this lecture as a live event in the College’s chapel. Under current provincial policies, this event will not require attendees to show proof of vaccination. Please be aware, however, that Regent’s event protocols will follow the guidelines in place on the event date.
This lecture will also be streamed live online, and we look forward to being joined by friends from around the world. A recording will be available for a limited time after the event.
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