Thursday, January 08, 2009

0 Conference at WSC, January 16/17 - Calvin's Legacy: Reforming the Church Today

This is an event, if you're in the area and can attend, that will pay you back double for what it costs for you to attend. From the Westminster Seminary California webpage, here is the description:
2009 is the 500th anniversary of John Calvin’s birth. Since 1509, John Calvin has been one of the most influential and insightful figures in the history of the church. He was a man of effective action and profound thought. But Calvin’s significance is not limited to the past. His reforming work and biblical teaching are arguably more needed today than they were in the sixteenth century. Vital reforms which he championed are being abandoned in the life and doctrine of many churches in our time. Our conference will examine the ways in which John Calvin’s life and theology can help the church of the twenty-first century rediscover the biblical path of faithfulness and fruitfulness.
For those (like me) unable to attend, Dr. R. Scott Clark will be live blogging the conference, at this location:

Live blog of Calvin's Legacy Conference, January 16-17

links, etc., will also be posted at the Heidelblog.



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