Philip Clayton is an exciting Process/Progressive theologian (teaches at Claremont), working on issues of science and faith, interfaith conversation, environmental issues. His most recent book is “Confronting the Predicament of Belief: The Quest for God in Radical Uncertainty”, and two books that he’s presently writing are “The Space Between the Atoms” and “This Sacred Earth: Faith and the Future of the Planet”.
Vancouver School of Theology
WHAT’S GOD AND THE CHURCH’S ROLE DURING A TIME OF PROFOUND CHANGE?
Mon-Thu, July 9-12, 2018
St. Andrew’s-Wesley United Church
PROPHETIC PRESENCE IN A WORLD OF FLUX:
WALKING WITH THE RADICAL JESUS
Evening Lecture –
Tuesday, July 10, 2018
7 to 9 pm
We feel on our shoulders, and in our hearts, the weight of a planet in crisis. While some of our theologies may not have stood up to the test, the radical Jesus of the gospels seems to grow increasingly relevant. Why, and in what ways? What would this ancient/future prophet say to a world in flux?
by donation ($10 suggested)