Thank you to everyone who came out to support our inaugural conference! We ended up with twenty-one speakers, over 60 registered attendees (and plenty of non-registered attendees), and excellent feedback. It was great to see old friends and make new ones. Thanks also to Louis from Baker Book House and Eric from the Theological Book … Continue reading
Saturday, April 21* 8:00 AM: Registration/Book Table Open** 8:45 AM: Opening Remarks/Prayer 9:00 AM: Plenary Session III Speaker: J. Matthew Bonzo Title: “After Christ and Culture” Chair: Dean Dettloff 10:30 AM: Workshop I 11:45 AM: Workshop II 1:00 PM: Lunch 2:00 PM: Plenary Session IV Speaker: David L. Stubbs Title: “Changing the Paradigm of Church … Continue reading
DAVID L. STUBBS We are pleased to host Dr. David L. Stubbs from Western Theological Seminary on our campus! Dr. Stubbs has contributed an excellent commentary on the Book of Numbers to the Brazos Theological Commentary Series, joining such giants as Stanley Hauerwas, Jaroslav Pelikan, Peter J. Leithart, and others. As with our other speakers, … Continue reading
Thanks to everyone who came out to see Peter Rollins on a very blustery Monday. We should be uploading video soon. Here are some photos of the event taken by Heidi Enck. For more photos, contact Jordan Skinner or e-mail our regular address.
We are looking forward to hosting Peter Rollins tonight at Cornerstone. For those of you unfamiliar with the work of Rollins, here is an excerpt from his excellent book The Orthodox Heretic: JESUS AND THE FIVE THOUSAND (A FIRST-WORLD TRANSLATION) Jesus withdrew privately by boat to a solitary place, but the crowds continued to follow … Continue reading
The schedule is finally here! As you can see from our list of papers, it will prove to be an excellent discussion. Indeed, with presenters from California to Ohio, we have received a much greater response than we had expected for an inaugural conference. We look forward to seeing you there! This is a map … Continue reading
Peter Rollins is coming to Grand Rapids! As he comes through town on his speaking tour, he will be stopping at McFadden’s for a pub night. From his blog: In contrast to the usual answers concerning what the Good News might be, Peter will present a radical and initially disturbing definition: you can’t be satisfied, … Continue reading