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Intersection - The Ministry of Vincent Van Gogh

Event date:
11-07-2011
Event End Date:
11-07-2013
Cut off date:
11-07-2013
Capacity:
Unlimited
Individual Price:
$50.00

Dr. Ken Vaux
The Ministry of Vincent Van Gogh

The Lecture will explore the frustrations and fulfillments faced in Vincent's quest to become an Preacher/Evangelist then a Painter/Pastor with particular focus on his unfolding Ethical Theology.

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Intersection - Leaders, Prophets and the Church Yet to Be

Event date:
11-16-2011
Event End Date:
11-16-2013
Cut off date:
11-16-2013
Capacity:
Unlimited
Individual Price:
$50.00

Dr. Mark Fowler
Leaders, Prophets and the Church Yet to Be

Leadership is a consistent cry from denominational leaders and church boards. It is clear from the request that the urgency is “a church in trouble” that needs to be “saved.” This lecture will explore the vocation of a leader in the church who is responsive to the salvation God has already worked in Jesus Christ and the “meantime” focus of leadership for the living of these days. The presentation will also touch on the limitations of the constitutional aspirations of mainline denominations with special focus on The United Methodist Book of Discipline.

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Intersection - Still Present Pasts of War and Immigration: Imagining the Horizons of Korean American Theology

Event date:
02-08-2012
Event End Date:
09-21-2013
Cut off date:
09-21-2013
Capacity:
Unlimited
Individual Price:
$50.00

Dr. Anne Joh

Still Present Pasts of War and Immigration: Imagining the Horizons of Korean American Theology

Recorded on February 8, 2012

What are the conditions of possibility for Koreans in America? What does it mean to construct Korean American identity? What is the relation between Korean Americans with American history and Korean history? How might Korean Americans be haunted by the still present pasts of U.S. presence in Korea? What are some of the necessary contours that must condition theological reflection by Korean American Christians?

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Intersection - Then and Now: Histography and New Testament Interpretation

Event date:
02-29-2012
Event End Date:
09-21-2013
Cut off date:
09-21-2013
Capacity:
Unlimited
Individual Price:
$50.00

Dr. Beth Sheppard

Then and Now: Histography and New Testament Interpretation

Recorded on February 29, 2012

What is meant by “historical criticism” and are historically minded New Testament scholars using the same methods and approaches as their colleagues in the field of classics or other branches of professional history? After a brief survey of recent methods and challenges in historiography, several techniques for investigating history will be recommended for either broader or new implementation in studies of Christianity in Antiquity.

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Intersection - Apotaxis and Ethics: The Baptismal Renunications and Christian Discipleship

Event date:
03-07-2012
Event End Date:
12-31-2015
Cut off date:
09-21-2019
Capacity:
Unlimited
Individual Price:
$75.00

 

Dr. Ron Anderson

Apotaxis and Ethics: The Baptismal Renunications and Christian Discipleship


Recorded on March 7, 2012

Dr. Anderson will explore the implications of the recovery of the apotaxis and syntaxis in the baptismal liturgies of many mainline protestant churches in the USA. In particular, the current United Methodist baptismal liturgy to explore how the baptismal renunciation and affirmation provide a framework for the development of a Christian ethic and a pattern of Christian discipleship.

 

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