Faithful witness to God and his perfections has always been central to the task of Christian theology, yet in the ebb and flow of theological discussion the doctrine of God has not always been front and centre. Recent decades have seen a new interest in the doctrine of God and a recognition that it is vital, not only for theological discussion, but for the Christian church.
Join us for a stimulating and challenging day as we think about how we witness faithfully to our God who is mighty to save.
The day will feature three leading theological thinker from Australia and New Zealand who will share their recent thinking with us.
The keynote speaker is Christopher R.J. Holmes from the University of Otago. He is author of The Holy Spirit (Zondervan Academic, 2015) in the New Studies in Dogmatics series. It was awarded the 2015 Australian Theological Forum’s annual book award for Best Theology Book. Chris will be joined by David Höhne from Moore Theological and Andrew Sloane from Morling College.
Our God is Mighty to Save: exploring the Doctrine of God is supported by the Australian College of Theology.
Visit http://christcollege.edu.au/ourgod/ for more information and to register.