Due to Covid-19, the Laing Lectures will not take place in 2020. As soon as a new date has been set, we will announce it here.
In this series, Dr. Milbank will explore one of the theoretical foundations of Radical Orthodoxy, an ongoing theological movement tracing its origins to Milbank's landmark work, Theology and Social Theory: Beyond Secular Reason. In response to the modern tendency to distance God from creation, Milbank will attempt to re-ignite the traditional view that the properties of creation owe their ongoing existence and operation to the Creator. Dr. Milbank will isolate three realities each of us encounters every day—time, motion, and mystery—teasing out how each finds its roots in the Trinity.
What is the fruit of this endeavour? That our day-to-day life can lead us into more constant awareness and wonder at the ever-present reality of our Triune God.
Lecture 1: The Trinity and Time
Lecture 2: The Trinity and Motion
Lecture 3: The Trinity and Mystery
If you are unable to join us in person, you can livestream the lectures at 7:30 pm PST nightly.
All lectures will take place from 7:30 to 9 pm in the Regent College Chapel. The event is free of charge and entry is first-come, first-served up to capacity.