SPRING 2015 PASTOR APPRECIATION DAY
Pastor: You are cordially invited to NTS on Tuesday March 3, 2015, 11:00am – 2:00pm, for a special educational event with Dr. Scott Daniels:
11:00am – NOON Special Presentation by Dr. Daniels
Dr. Doug Hardy’s Class, “The Sacraments and Asceticism”
NOON – 1:00pm Lunch* and Sermon by Dr. Daniels
*Lunch complimentary, provided by NTS Center for Pastoral Leadership
1:00pm – 2:00pm Special Presentation by Dr. Daniels
Dr. Steve McCormick’s Class, “Theology and the Atonement”
Please RSVP to Dana Preusch by February 20: email@example.com
Participants will be eligible to receive life long learning credit for their attendance.
SCOTT DANIELS is pastor of Pasadena First Church of the Nazarene, Dean and Professor at Azusa Pacific’s School of Theology as well as adjunct faculty at NTS.
February 9 - 11, 2015: NTS @ M15
NTS is pleased to participate in the upcoming M15 Conference (Feb 9-11, 2015) in a variety of ways. We will be hosting a dessert reception on Monday night, are co-sponsoring the Pre-Conference Workshop, and are involved a number of workshops in addition to having a booth in the exhibit hall. Find out how you can join with us at M15 by clicking here.
We will be hosting 2 of our lecture series at M15 (click on the link above to learn more):
NEES LECTURES ON SOCIAL JUSTICE - Delivered by Matthew Sorens
Matthew Soerens serves as the U.S. Church Training Specialist for World Relief. He previously worked as a Board of Immigration Appeals‐accredited legal counselor at World Relief’s local office in DuPage County, Illinois and, before that, worked with World Relief Nicaragua. Matthew is the co‐author, with Jenny Yang, of Welcoming the Stranger: Justice, Compassion & Truth in the Immigration Debate.
JOY & MARY LATHAM LECTURES FOR THE CHURCH’S MINISTRY IN EARLY CHILDHOOD - Delivered by Diana Garland
Diana Garland is the author of what most consider to be the definitive book on the subject on Family and Intergenerational Ministry, Family Ministry: A Comprehensive Guide.
November 16-17, 2015
EARLE LECTURES ON OLD TESTAMENT
Dr. Walter Moberly
There will be 3 lectures total; 2 of which will be held at 12:05pm on both Monday and Tuesday. Timing of the 3rd TBD.
Walter Moberly is an ordained Anglican minister, and is Professor of Theology and Biblical Interpretation at Durham University, England, where he has been teaching since 1985. He is married to Jenny, and is the father of John-Paul and Rachel. He loves the countryside, tea shops, supports Sunderland football club, and enjoys a good historical novel.
His academic writing explores the responsible understanding and use of the Bible, especially the Old Testament, as Christian Scripture in the contemporary world. His two most recent books, Old Testament Theology: Reading the Hebrew Bible as Christian Scripture (2013) and The Theology of the Book of Genesis (2009), focus specifically on the Old Testament, while his two previous books, Prophecy and Discernment (2006) and The Bible, Theology, and Faith (2000) look at Old and New Testament together within the context of Christian theology and spirituality.
GENERAL LECTURES INFORMATION:
- Continuing Education Units (CEUs) available (attendance & participation requirements may apply)
- All events held at NTS (unless otherwise noted)
- Lectures will be given in the NTS Chapel (10:30am) & are open to the public (unless otherwise noted)
- Pre-registration and/or a registration fee may be required for some events (as noted)
- For more information, please contact the Dean’s Office at 800.831.3011, ext.5412.
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