Date(s) - November 21, 2015
9:30 am - 12:30 pm
Holy Trinity Anglican Church
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WHAT’S GOD GOT TO DO WITH IT? THEOLOGY FOR NON-THEOLOGIANS
with the Revd Dr Richard Topping, Principal of Vancouver School of Theology
An opportunity to learn about central topics of ongoing discussion within the Christian church. Topics we will explore include the Trinity, the Bible, creation and humanity, sin, Christ, the Holy Spirit, the Church and hope for this world and the next. In our discussion of these themes we will pay particular attention to the challenges and prospects for Christian confession in a time like ours. We will address questions like: ‘What difference does our confession of God as Creator make to the current ecological crisis?’, ‘What does it mean to be human if we are made in God’s image?’, ’What does Jesus save us from and for and how did he do it?’, ‘What’s Church for in these mobile disembodied times?’ The aim of the morning is to explore together central Christian teachings and so better able to make sense of our lives and the world.
About the Revd Dr Richard Topping
Principal of Vancouver School of Theology, Richard also holds the St. Andrew’s Hall Chair in Studies in the Reformed Tradition. He teaches in the areas of Theology, Reformation History and Christian Spirituality. He has also lectured at Regent College in the area of Theology and Proclamation. He is a regular preacher in the Vancouver area and lecturer across the country in the areas of pastoral leadership, reformed theology and spirituality. Richard was minister of the historic Church of St. Andrew and St. Paul in Montreal from 2000 to 2009.
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