An American Theology of the Land

An American Theology of the Land seminar

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?

Guest presenters:

  • 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




 

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