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In every theological discussion, there is the potential to speak words that build up and words that tear down. Contrary to the view of some, theological discussion cannot be academically partitioned off from spiritual life in the name of "symposium" or "Jewish debate." We need to ask ourselves the question every time we open our mouths publicly (and privately), "Is there death or life in what I am about to say?"
Our discussions are open to anyone who wishes to attend. In order to ensure that students feel secure in stating what is on their minds there are some simple rules–the most important of which is that anything that is said in the group remains in the group. The particular views of any one participant is as important as any other and it is through conflicting positions that we grow within ourselves.
Topics considered discussion may include:
Two Views of Theology
God’s Foreknowledge, Predestination, and Human Freedom
The Death of Jesus: Historically Contingent or Divinely Ordained?
The Modern Inerrancy Debate
Word and Table: Reflections on a Theology of Worship
Humanism in Scripture and Culture: Recovering a Balance
The Problem of Natural Evil
The Second Coming
The Rapture: Truth or Speculation?
Two Theories Of Creation: Creation out of Nothing -
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