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Theology Live 2020 


The lineup for the third Theology Live has been announced 

 

Theology Live2020

Theology Live is a day which recognises the breadth of Baptists engaged in theological and biblical scholarship. It first took place in December 2017, with a second event being held in January this year. The day comprises a series of short papers, reflecting the diversity of current Baptist theological engagement, with opportunities to interact with speakers.

The line-up for the forthcoming event on 23 January 2020 has been announced. 'We’re really excited for this day, a mixture of some of our College Tutors and those engaged in doing doctoral work,' said Andy Goodliff, one of the organisers. 'It's another showcase of the range and depth of theological thought that is going on amongst us.

'We believe, borrowing some words from Jesus, that those gifted to think and write about God and mission and church should not keep their light under a bowl, but instead they should put it on a stand that it might be light to many.'


Confirmed speakers include: 

Anthony Reddie — Author of Theologising Brexit (2019), Is God Colour Blind? (2010), SCM Core Text: Black Theology (2012) and the new Director of the Oxford Centre for Religion and Culture, Regent's Park College (from Jan 2020)

Christine Joynes — the new Director of the Centre for Baptist Studies, Regent's Park College, Oxford and author of Perspectives on the Passion (2008)

Joshua Searle — Tutor in Theology and Public Thought, Spurgeon's College and author of Theology After Christendom (2018)

Craig Gardiner — Tutor in Christian Doctrine, South Wales Baptist College and author of Melodies of a New Monasticism (2018)

Israel Olofinjana — Director of the Centre for Missionaries from the Majority World and minister at Woolwich Baptist Church and author of Partnership in Mission (2015)

Gale Richards — Minister of Zion Baptist Church, Cambridge and Co-ordinators the Baptist BME Women's Ministers Network and a PhD student at Bristol Baptist College

Jeff Jacobson — Associate Minister at West Leigh Baptist Church and a PhD student at Bristol Baptist College looking at the Baptist Union's Declaration of Principle

Linda Hopkins — Baptist minister and PhD student at Luther King House, Manchester looking at children and communion

Sian Hancock — PhD Student at the University of Birmingham and author of Re-thinking Children's Work in Churches (2019)

Molly Boot — A Greenbelt Trustee, a Baptist ministerial student and MA student at University of Oxford

Dave Steell — Minister at One Church, Brighton and doing a DThM at the University of Durham on ecotheology

Ruth Moriarty — Minister at Christ Church (Baptist/URC) in Friern Barnet, North London, and doing a DProf at the University of Chester looking at church meetings and discernment

Alistair Cuthbert — Minister at Falkirk Baptist Church and doing PhD at University of St. Andrew's on the theology of Paul Fiddes

Meghan Byerly — Minister at Cemetery Road, Sheffield and doing PhD at Luther King House, Manchester on virtues and Baptist ecclesiology

James Henley — Minister at Budleigh Salterton Baptist Church, Devon and doing a PhD at Bristol Baptist College on the theology of the Eucharist in conversation with Paul Fiddes and William Cavanaugh 


Theology Live is organised by Baptist ministers Andy Goodliff, Simon Woodman and Steve Holmes. It takes place at Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church in London.

Tickets are free, with a suggested £10 donation to cover costs. Get your ticket here. 



 
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