An American Theology of the Land
George Fox Evangelical Seminary presents "An American Theology of the Land" as its spring 2009 Ministry in Contemporary Seminar Series.
Friday, April 17, 2009
9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Location: Portland Center
Registration is closed. Additional registrations will be taken at the door as space allows, but no more lunches are available.
Cost: $35 (individual); $30 per person (more than one in group); $25 (students/alumni)
After the event join us for a follow-up discussion online.
Join a participatory dialogue on building a theology of the land …
- Reflect on a Native American holistic view of creation and ecological stewardship
- How can the Christian church address the issues of Western triumphalism in a multicultural world?
- What lessons do Native American followers of Christ have for the contemporary church?
- Richard Twiss, director of Wiconi International Ministries (Lakota Sioux)
- Robert Francis, Mid-America Indian Fellowship (White River Band Cherokee)
- Terry LeBlanc, North American Institute of Indigenous Theological Studies (Mik Maq)
George Fox participants:
- Randy Woodley, seminary adjunct professor and director of Eagles’ Wings Ministries (Keetoowah Cherokee)
- R. Larry Shelton, theology professor
- Daniel Brunner, church history/theology professor
- Stephen Delamarter, Old Testament/Ancient Near East