Every spring, Wheaton hosts one of the best theology conferences around. And this year should not disappoint: “The Spirit of God: Christian Renewal in the Community of Faith” (April 3-4, 2014). Registration is now open, so make sure you check it out.
“New developments in global Christianity, including the spread of the Pentecostal movement, challenge Christians to renewed attention to the Spirit of God. The 2014 Wheaton Theology Conference examines the person and work of the Holy Spirit in the Christian community and in the world. The conference explores various ways that God’s Spirit searches, teaches, leads, and empowers the community of faith. With special attention to biblical and historical perspectives, the conference develops theological insights to support, educate, challenge, and encourage pastors, teachers, and informed laity.”
As usual, the conference will be bringing together a pretty amazing group of speakers, including people like Timothy George, Geoffrey Wainwright, Oliver Crisp, Michael Welker, and Kevin Vanhoozer, as well as Wheaton’s own Jeffrey Barbeau and Gregory Lee. Check out the entire list of speakers to see who else will be there.
So, if you can free up a couple days in April and want to come join us, please do! It should be a great time.