Kingdom Living in a Hostile Age

BRITE Winter Seminar 2018

Mark your calendars and make plans to join us!

We are pleased to have Dr. Carlton Wynne join us for our Winter Intensive course on Biblical and Social Ethics. Dr. Wynne is assistant professor of systematic theology and apologetics at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, PA.

In an age of moral relativism and ethical chaos, it is imperative for Christians to think seriously, deeply, and biblically about the basis for our ethics and values. Studying a topic like this is surely essential to the health of the church in our day.

This intensive course will cover foundational issues that bear directly on the development of a biblical understanding of mankind and a Christian approach to ethics and public life. Special attention will be paid to the way biblical and systematic theology pertaining to ethics ought to inform a philosophy of Christian ministry. Topics to be covered include:


The Trinity and Christian ethics

The nature of man as a unique creation

Theological and pastoral responses to sexual sin

The covenantal contours of the Christian's motive, standard, and goal for ethics

Common grace and Natural Law

Christian cultural engagement

Biblical and Social Ethics Winter Seminar

Thursday, Jan. 18th 2018 at 6pm to Saturday, Jan. 20th 2018 at 5pm

2731 Edgewood Street Southwest

Roanoke, VA

*Please note schedule below.

Options available for:

(1) BRITE Students enrolling for course credit or audit: $75

(2) General public (non-BRITE students) wishing to attend the seminar: $50

(3) Area pastors: $25

For more information, please visit: brite-va.org/upcoming-classes/ or email info@brite-va.org

Schedule

Thursday: 6pm-9pm (with breaks)
Friday: 6pm-9pm (with breaks)
Saturday: 9am-5pm (with breaks and lunch recess)