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Compelling Theological Issues Conference April 20-21, 2012

Published on Thursday, March 15, 2012

WHAT ARE THE MOST COMPELLING THEOLOGICAL ISSUES TODAY?

Issues and Trends in Contemporary Theology

APRIL 20-21, 2012

ALBRECHT AUDITORIUM

CLAREMONT GRADUATE UNIVERSITY

(BETWEEN DARTMOUTH AND 10TH STREET)

Sponsored by the School of Religion, Claremont Graduate University

Funded by The Margaret Jagels Fund for Catholic Studies

 

CONFERENCE CHAIR: ANSELM MIN

MAGUIRE DISTINGUISHED PROFESSOR OF RELIGION

     The purpose of this conference is to discuss the most compelling issues facing Christian theology today.  Eight distinguished theologians will speak on what each considers to be the most compelling theological issue today and how she or he proposes to deal with that issue.  Each presentation will be followed by a response and a general discussion. A very lively debate is expected.  It is hoped that the conference will bring clarity, vitality, and urgency to the situation of contemporary theology that seems rather confused, fragmented, and hopeless.   

The conference is free and open to all.  

Contact: School of Religion religion@cgu.edu

 

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