Christian Thought Colloquia

Christian Thought Colloquia

The Christian Thought Colloquia is an annual series of accessible lectures by members of the Seminary faculty, students, and community. The Colloquia is sponsored by the Division of Christian Thought, which includes the departments of Theology, Apologetics & Ethics, and Church History. Each session includes a lecture presentation, followed by a time of Q&A. Attendants are invited to bring their own lunch to the presentations. Join us!

2014-2015

The Christian Thought Colloquia is excited to host Megan DeVore for its upcoming lecture. DeVore is an Assistant Professor of Church History and Historical Theology at Colorado Christian University. Her presentation is entitled: "'Here, at least, we shall be free'...? Contemporary Implications of the Theological Anthropologies of Irenaeus and Athanasius." The session will be moderated by Dr. Don Payne. We encourage you to make every effort to join us for this special presentation!

Details
  • Date: Monday, March 16, 2015
  • Time: 12:00pm - 12:50pm
  • Location: Classroom 120
  • Presenter: Megan DeVore of Colorado Christian University

2013-2014

Steve Duby: "Does God Suffer With Us?"
[audio | download]

Kristine Whaley: "How Can the World Be Saved? A Look at Augustine's Theology of Redemption Through Modern Literature."
[video]

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