The Image of God in an Image Driven Age
2015 Theology Conference
April 9-10, 2015
The conference begins with the conviction that the Christian doctrine of the image of God offers truth and health in a culture inundated with distorted images.
The conference will explore our understanding of the imago as informed by Scripture, tradition, and doctrine.
How, in our time and place, might our understanding of what it means to be created in the divine image be challenged or distorted? In dealing with this situation, what are the corrective and constructive resources available in the Christian faith? How can the Christian doctrine of the imago inform and strengthen our witness in this image driven age?
Online registration is closed, but you may register at the door with cash or check (no credit cards).
Event co-sponsored with:
The Spirit of God: Christian Renewal in the Community of Faith
April 3-4, 2014
New developments in global Christianity, including the spread of the Pentecostal movement, challenge Christians to renewed attention to the Spirit of God. The 2014 Wheaton Theology Conference examines the person and work of the Holy Spirit in the Christian community and in the world. The conference explores various ways that God’s Spirit searches, teaches, leads, and empowers the community of faith. With special attention to biblical and historical perspectives, the conference develops theological insights to support, educate, challenge, and encourage pastors, teachers, and informed laity.
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