Gordon-Conwell—Hamilton’s Dean’s Forum exists to explore topics of church, culture, and theology in a casual atmosphere with more depth than is often possible in classes. We invite our community and the general public to join us for these monthly discussions on a variety of topics. This academic year, all forums will be live streamed on Facebook. RSVP is only required for our limited in-person attendance and lunch. Please see below for more information on our upcoming events.
Dr. Matthew Kim, George F. Bennett Professor of Preaching and Practical Theology, will speak about his new book, Preaching to People in Pain. We will also hear from Pastor Bobby Warrenburg of North Shore Community Baptist Church.
How can we practice communication that serves both church and society while being true to God’s Word? Join us to hear from Dr. Quentin Schultze, Professor of Communication Emeritus at Calvin University, and Dr. Jeffrey Arthurs, Robinson Chair of Preaching and Communication at Gordon-Conwell.
Dr. Dorothy Boorse is Professor of Biology at Gordon College, and she is passionate about connecting science and faith communities. She will help us explore how we can care for creation and for our fellow humans in light of a theology of reconciliation.
Dr. Aaron Howard, Pastor of Worship and Reconciliation for All Souls Church in Nashville, will lead us in exploring Pentecostal forms of embodied worship to retrieve a more holistic approach to corporate and individual worship.
Dr. Dennis Hollinger, Colman M. Mockler Distinguished Professor of Christian Ethics, will help us to understand transgender realities and suggest theological, ethical, and pastoral responses with a view towards truth, conviction, civility and love.
Dr. David Johnston, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Islamic Studies at Fuller Theological Seminary, will share how Christians can best engage with Muslims on the topics of justice and love. Dr. Johnston is author of Muslims and Christians Debate Justice and Love.
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