Jesus in Space, Time, and History: Natural Theology & the Challenge of Talking about God
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The question of how we talk about God has become more and more confused in today’s Western culture. Where might such a conversation start, and how might it proceed? Professor Wright argues for a fresh approach to locating Jesus within a Jewish understanding of space, time and history, opening up new possibilities.
This lecture is part of our 2019 Summer Evening Public Lecture Series.
Admission to this lecture is free of charge, but advance ticket reservation is required.
On Tuesday, July 23 from 2–3:30 pm, the Regent College Bookstore will host an afternoon book signing with Professor Wright. This will be the only time he is available to sign books during his visit to Regent this summer. Find more details about the book signing event here.
The Centre (Westside Church), 777 Homer Street, Vancouver / Livestreaming via YouTube