This week there are some valuable opportunities for those in West Michigan to learn and dialogue about contemporary issues in the church.
On Thursday night Michael Horton will speak about his new book, Christless Christianity, at the Baker Book House on East Paris, just north of the E. Beltline (7:00).
On Friday night I will be at the same location and time to speak about the issues raised in Don’t Stop Believing. If you can only do one, I’d recommend going to hear Michael, but of course I hope that a few people will also show up to dialogue with me.
Next Monday, March 31, our seminary is hosting a one-day event called “Who’s Got Next?”, in which we will examine the challenges and opportunities of leading the church of Jesus Christ in our postmodern generation.
Jim Grier, our resident philosopher, will address issues of epistemology. I will fill the role of systematic theologian and explore the questions surrounding soteriology. And Cornerstone’s president, Joe Stowell, will help us think through these issues from a pastoral perspective.
This event is only $25, with a buffet lunch included, and it’s also a good time to connect with other ministry leaders. We are expecting a good crowd, easily over 100, but there is still time to sign up if you want to come. Do so by Wednesday at https://www3.cornerstone.edu/eventreg/whosgotnext/
For more information on the symposium, see http://grts.cornerstone.edu/news/?news_ID=4637.
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