Reformed and Always Reforming
DateMonday, Nov. 6, 2017
LocationGrand Canyon University
3300 W. Camelback Road
Phoenix, AZ 85017 United States
Time5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Documents and events like Evangelicals and Catholics Together I and II (1994, 1997) and the gathering of Pope Francis and Lutheran leaders in Germany last year to celebrate the Reformation, raise the question of whether the differences between Roman Catholicism and Protestantism are significant enough to sustain the centuries-old division between the two communions.
Do the reasons that caused Christians to “protest” Rome’s perception of Christianity still exist today? Or were the distinctions merely cultural differences held by Renaissance Europeans that no longer apply to a more sophisticated and less divisive 21st century Christianity? Join our College of Theology panelists for a charitable yet rigorous consideration of this important question. Free food will be provided!
This forum will be held in Howerton Hall, Bldg. 18.