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Monthly-Ministry—March
See event details for: Monthly Ministry Forum: March

Monthly Ministry Forum: March

After engaging on the issues of faith and culture throughout the semester, students now have the opportunity to present an argument of their own.

 
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FebMonthlyMinistry1
See event details for: Monthly Ministry Forum: February

Monthly Ministry Forum: February

A Conversation about Identity, Sexuality, Gender and the Church


Our identity matters, and knowing or not knowing who we are carries consequences. Consider hot-button topics like sexuality and gender in today’s pluralist society. Many in our culture promote progressive gender and sexuality attitudes. Is this all good, or has something gone wrong? Since not all Christians or denominations are entirely united on this issue, does it really matter? What about the Bible? Do Scripture and theology shed light on the subject; and if so, how might God’s Word illuminate this identity crisis of our time? Join us as we talk about it during February’s Monthly Ministry Forum.

This monthly ministry forum event will be held in the CCOB Lecture Hall.
 
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immigrationandchurch
See event details for: Monthly Ministry Forum: January

Monthly Ministry Forum: January

A Conversation about Immigration and the Church


One of the most pressing social justice issues in our city, state and country is immigration reform. Recently, politicians were elected or ousted based on their views for or against immigration, and yet the evangelical church has been relatively silent with regard to what the Bible has to say about the debate. Come and listen to pastors and professors have an open conversation about immigration from biblical and theological perspectives.

This monthly ministry forum event will be held in the CCOB Lecture Hall.
 
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WilliamsEvent
See event details for: GCU Welcomes Dr. Peter Williams

GCU Welcomes Dr. Peter Williams

A Look at the Manuscript Evidence


The College of Theology is pleased to feature special guest speaker and globally renowned Bible research scholar Peter Williams, PhD. Dr. Williams chairs the International Greek New Testament Project, which is currently producing the world’s most comprehensive information on the manuscripts of John’s gospel. He is also a member of the Translation Oversight Committee of the English Standard Version Bible.

The amount of manuscript evidence for the Bible far surpasses that of any other ancient set of books. Dr. Williams will discuss how reliable historical information could be passed on through manuscript copies over vast periods of time. Bible manuscripts can be shown to contain historical information, which can be trusted at least as much as the ancient writings discovered by archaeologists.

About Dr. Williams


Dr. Williams is the CEO and warden of Tyndale House Cambridge and a lecturer in Hebrew language at the University of Cambridge. He earned his MA, MPhil and PhD at Cambridge, studying ancient languages related to the Bible. Prior to leading Tyndale House, Dr. Williams was a senior lecturer in New Testament at the University of Aberdeen. He has spoken at churches, universities, seminaries, schools and conferences across the world on subjects including Bible translation, apologetics and how to understand the scriptures.

 

This event will be held in the CCOB Lecture Hall. Space is limited. Please RSVP to guarantee your seat.

For questions about this event, contact COT@gcu.edu.

 
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WomeninMinistry
See event details for: Monthly Ministry Forum: November

Monthly Ministry Forum: November





The church is divided about whether or not God intends for women to be leaders in ministry. What should a woman do if she feels that God has equipped her and given her a passion for service? Does it depend on the level of leadership or the task at hand? How do we decide our answer?

Men and women find themselves on both sides of the issue. What informs your decision on this subject? The Bible? Your local church? Your tradition? Come hear what our panelists have to say on the subject and bring an open heart and a clear mind to participate in the discussion.



 
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politics_bible_zondervan_large
See event details for: GCU Welcomes Dr. Wayne Grudem

GCU Welcomes Dr. Wayne Grudem

The College of Theology is pleased to feature special guest speaker Dr. Wayne Grudem. Dr. Grudem is a research professor of theology and biblical studies at Phoenix Seminary in Arizona and will focus on the connection between Christian faith and politics during this event.

 
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MinistryForumFeatured
See event details for: Monthly Ministry Forum: October

Monthly Ministry Forum: October

Cake Bakers, Little Sisters of the Poor and Freedom of Conscience


Religious liberty has been a staple within our law and culture since the dawn of the American experiment. Although this liberty includes protection for diverse religions to coexist within our society, it has always protected more than mere belief. Americans have the ability and freedom to act upon and live out the implications of their faith commitments. But today, people representing a vast array of faiths sense increased censorship and political restrictions to these foundational freedoms. One’s faith is not private—and in an increasingly hostile cultural climate, Christians must rightly exercise and protect their religious liberties. Join us as we consider the biblical, historical and practical dimensions of this critical subject.
 
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gods-concern-for-poor
See event details for: Ministry Forum: God’s Concern for the Poor

Ministry Forum: God’s Concern for the Poor

Join us for a ministry forum that will help you understand God’s justice in social systems. You will first observe God’s compassion for the poor, then observe those who are oppressed by wealthy individuals who manipulate the social and political systems to their advantage.

At this forum, we will discuss questions like, “What is God’s justice?” and “How can a social order best implement justice for the glory of God and the advancement of His kingdom, according to the Lord’s prayer and other passages?”
 
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