What do you need to know about something in order to believe in it?
Theology Lab is back and this time we'll be tackling a subject that has both united and divided people in our nation: American Evangelicalism.
Watch the preview video and register below!
The American evangelical movement has deeply impacted both the church and American society. But how should we relate to it today? This year, the Theology Lab online discussion group will explore this question in order to better understand our unique place in Christianity. Each session will feature live conversations between pairs of guest speakers who are influential in contemporary evangelical discussions. We’ll listen, engage, and learn from their responses to pressing questions of our time in the areas of theology, politics, race relations, the role of the church today, and more. Join us for a series of “family conversations” that don’t shy away from big questions, but approach them with a posture of mutual respect, curiosity, and Christ-centered solidarity. Evangelicalism — let’s talk about it!
We have a fantastic line-up of guest speakers for these sessions. Join us for discussions with guests including Dennis Edwards, David Brooks, Hauna Ondrey, Russell Moore, Walter Kim, Dominique Gilliard, Jim Wallis, Kurt Peterson, Kellie Carter Jackson, Kristin Kobes Du Mez, and Beth Allison Barr.
This online small group meets over Zoom on Sundays evenings from 7:30-9:00pm ET on the following dates:
Fall: September 25th, October 23rd, November 13th
Winter/Spring: January 22nd, February 19th, March 12th, April 23rd, and May 7th.
You may attend any session without attending the others. Please register to receive the Zoom link and any supporting materials.
For more details please email Scott Rice at firstname.lastname@example.org