John D. Rempel is a Senior Fellow at TMTC and will be presenting a paper entitled ""An Impossible Task? Outlines of a Trinitarian Theology for [its Cultured Despisers] Today." Please plan to join us for what promises to be an engaging discussion!
We are excited to be partnering with the Anabaptist Learning Workshop (ALW) to offer a workshop designed to facilitate reflection on current and/or future teaching practice.
Michael Buttrey is a TMTC Associate and a doctoral candidate at Regis College, who previously graduated from Regent College and the University of Alberta. He is writing a dissertation tentatively titled "Faster, Stronger, More Ethical: Moral Enhancement and Christian Ethics" and his forum presentation, entitled "Is Virtue Elitist?", will draw on material from that larger project. Alongside his doctoral work Michael is the Theologian-in-Residence at St. Clement's Anglican Church and a representative on the Canadian Council of Churches Faith and Life Sciences Group.
Friday, November 16th, 2018, 6:30pm—8:30pm
Location: Sheraton Downtown, Silver Room (in the I.M. Pei Tower—Third Level)
For those of you attending the American Academy of Religion and Society of Biblical Literature meetings this year please join us for a book panel discussion on the evening of Sunday, November 18th from 6:30 – 8:30 pm in the Mt. Oxford Room of the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Denver, CO.
Sarah Kathleen Johnson, TMTC Visiting Fellow and doctoral candidate at the University of Notre Dame, will present "The Voices Together Worship Leader Book: How can 180 pages best support leaders in shaping intentional, contextual, and theologically Anabaptist worship?" Sarah is the worship resources editor for the new Mennonite hymnal, Voices Together, and the editor of a companion volume for worship leaders. Her presentation will invite scholars and teachers into the process of creating the Voices Together worship leader book. The leader book is intended to serve as a single, simple, accessible guide to support volunteers giving shape to worship in congregations committed to Anabaptist values by providing theological grounding, practical instruction, and words for worship. To celebrate the end of term, the forum will be followed by a pizza supper. Please plan to join us for what promises to be an engaging discussion and enjoyable time of fellowship! If you do plan to attend, please RSVP no later than Monday, December 3rd and let us know if you have any dietary requirements we need to be aware of.