Cultural Apologetics Course in Cincinnati
February 1 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm EST
An event every week that begins at 6:30 pm on Tuesday, repeating until April 5, 2022
A new course starting in February — offered through Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, live at Montgommery Community Church in Cincinnati.
What does it mean to express Christian witness in the twenty-first century world?
How does Christianity provide coherent and meaningful answers to real questions today?
Why does Christianity seem strange to some and strangely attractive to others?
This course will equip students with biblical vision and contemporary praxis for cultural apologetics. We will begin with scriptural foundations of humanity made in God’s image as culture creators called to extend God’s kingdom in all aspects of life. We will explore the role of God’s people as prophetic witness and societal conscience within culture and develop guiding principles and practical models for cultural engagement. This course will include guest presentations from local community, business, educational, and pastoral leaders. We warmly invite you to join us as part of God’s new work through Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary embedded and gathered in Cincinnati.
Interested in enrolling in this course for seminary credit or for personal enrichment?
Please reach out to Dr. Christine Palmer via the following form.