A day of engagement and encouragement for church leaders with New Testament scholar: Professor Michael J. Gorman. Thursday 4 July, Auckland.
Michael Gorman will appear via an online link to present and facilitate discussion in two 2-hour blocks, with group discussion in-between facilitated by pastor Ken Keyte (recent Master's graduate specialising in Gorman's work).
This day is limited to 12 people, with the topic of the day being based on Gorman's most recent book: Abide and Go: Missional Theosis in the Gospel of John, described by the publisher as:
"The Gospel of John would seem to be both the “spiritual Gospel” and a Gospel that promotes Christian mission. Some interpreters, however, have found John to be the product of a sectarian community that promotes a very narrow view of Christian mission and advocates neither love of neighbor nor love of enemy. In this book for both the academy and the church, Michael Gorman argues that John has a profound spirituality that is robustly missional, and that it can be summarized in the paradoxical phrase “Abide and go,” from John 15. Disciples participate in the divine love and life, and therefore in the life-giving mission of God manifested in the ministry, death, and resurrection of Jesus. As God’s children, disciples become more and more like this missional God as they become like his Son by the work of the Spirit. This spirituality, argues Gorman, can be called missional theosis."
You can view an interview with Gorman online.
Pre-reading: a supplied 25-page article by Gorman that gives an overview of his book: Abide and Go: Missional Theosis in the Gospel of John (2018).
Optional pre-reading: Gorman, M. J (2018). Abide and Go: Missional Theosis in the Gospel of John. Eugene, Oregon: Cascade Books (Click here to buy on The Book Depository)
Thursday 4 July, 9.30am-4pm, Carey Baptist College
Limit 12 people. Lunch provided. $95.
|Event Date||04-07-2019 9:30 am|
|Event End Date||04-07-2019 4:00 pm|
|Individual Price||$95, including lunch|
The Te Reo Maori Language Course for Beginners is part of Carey’s commitment to the Treaty journey. The class is fun, interactive and focussed mainly on developing listening and speaking skills.
Carey guest lecturer: Whaea Lorraine Taogaga.
Starting on Tuesday night, 27 August 2019, 6pm-8pm, running for 8 consecutive weeks, with the last night being 15 October.
Cost: $160 per person, limited to 20 people.
Location: Te Whare Oranga, Carey Baptist College, 473 Great South Road, Penrose. Free parking onsite.
|Event Date||27-08-2019 6:00 pm|
|Event End Date||15-10-2019 8:00 pm|
|Registration Start Date||01-11-2018|
|Cut off date||08-10-2019|
|Individual Price||$160 for eight classes|