Do you wish you had more time to reflect on the key issues of our day? Do you share a passion to do theology well at the coal face of ministry and mission? Would you love to spend two days engaging with eminent theologians who will stretch your thinking, with plenty of time for discussion, interaction, and good food and hospitality? Whether you’re a church leader, part of a leadership team, a student, or just interested in theology, you’ll love Fresh Streams Theology School 2018.
What will we discuss?
The Gospel as Cosmic Renewal: What plans has God got for the future of our planet? What is Christian hope all about? How might the idea of a new heaven and a new earth influence our actions today? What might we need to re-discover of the message of God’s plans for the cosmos? (Led by Mark Bonnington)
The Gospel as Signs and Wonders: Should the gospel be communicated through miracles such as healing and provision, just as much as good deeds or words? What place did signs and wonders play in Jesus’ ministry….or Paul’s? How might we participate in this today? (Led by Chris Duffett)
The Gospel as Social and Political Liberation: Should Christians be actively involved in changing unjust structures and systems in society? Does the gospel liberate us to be upwardly mobile? Do evangelicals still need to recover their social conscience? (Led by Kate Coleman)
The Gospel as Personal Conversion: Do we still believe in the primacy of Christian Conversion and the ‘new birth’ experience? What are the core elements of the gospel message we proclaim? Should we reimagine our message given the rise of multiculturalism and universalism? (Led by Stephen Lindridge)
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