Reform, Revival, or Reversal: The Reformation 500 Years on

February 24, 2015
Offered by Wycliffe College
TorontoON
Canada
Tuesday, February 24, 2015  |  4 – 6 pm
Sheraton Hall  |  Wycliffe College
5 Hoskin Ave. Toronto, ON M5S 1H7
With the 500th anniversary of the Reformation at hand in 2017, the question of how to commemorate it is upon us. Do we celebrate the Reformers’ renewal of the church in light of the gospel? Do we mourn the division of the one, catholic church? Or have events like the globalization of Christianity and the rise of Pentecostalism made the 16th-century debates irrelevant?
Join us as Prof. Ephraim Radner and a panel of theologians representing a variety of Christian traditions wrestle through these important questions and more.
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Lecture
Dr. Ephraim Radner
Professor of Historical Theology, Wycliffe College, Toronto
Respondents
Dr. Gill Goulding
Associate Professor of Systematic Theology and Director, Advanced Degree Programs at Regis College, Toronto
Rev Michael Stahl
Head of communications for the Evangelical Church of North Germany, Hamburg
Dr. John Vissers
Director of Academic Programs and Professor of Historical Theology at Knox College, Toronto
Dr. John Rempel
Director of Toronto Mennonite Theological Centre and previous Professor of Historical Theology and Anabaptist Studies at Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminary (AMBS), Indiana
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