The Church Leadership Center offers webinars and recordings of past webinars that feature insights into theology, ministry and pastoral care. Each webinar includes the opportunity for participants to interact with speakers by asking questions or making comments through audio or written chat. Register online for one of these webinars:
Major Challenges Facing the Contemporary Church: Greg Boyd in Conversation with Select AMBS Faculty
• Creation in Travail and Creation Renewed: Greg Boyd in Conversation with Malinda Berry, Assistant Professor of Theology and Ethics • Thursday, April 20, 2:00-3:30 pm EDT
• Conflict, Oppression and Shalom: Greg Boyd in Conversation with Janna Hunter Bowman, Assistant Professor of Peace Studies and Christian Social Ethics• Thursday, May 25, 2:00-3:30 pm EDT
AMBS faculty recently identified three major global challenges facing the contemporary church: migration, creation in travail, and conflict and oppression.
Through special curricular emphases in each of these areas over the next few years, AMBS seeks to speak to both the stress created by these global realities and the capacity of God’s reconciling work in Jesus Christ to speak to these challenges.
In this webinar series, Dr. Greg Boyd, a scholar, author, pastor and leading Neo-Anabaptist thinker, will interact with select AMBS professors around each of the three emphases. Does Boyd agree that these issues are important ones for an Anabaptist seminary to address? Why or why not? How are matters of migration, creation in travail, and conflict and oppression being addressed in Boyd’s circles? Do these issues connect with the Neo-Anabaptist movement? Why or why not?
Join us for one or all of these conversations with Greg Boyd. Boyd is senior pastor of Woodland Hills Church in St. Paul, Minn., and president of ReKnew. He has authored or coauthored 18 books, including the best-selling Letters from a Skeptic (David C. Cook, 1994). His most recent books are Present Perfect: Finding God in the Now (Zondervan, 2010), and Benefit of the Doubt: Breaking the Idol of Certainty (Baker Books, 2013). Greg received his PhD from Princeton Theological Seminary and his MDiv from Yale Divinity School.
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Register online. Online registration will close at noon the day before the webinar. After this time you can call 574-296-6234 for details of how to register until 12:00 PM the day of the webinar.
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