October 27-29 2017 Louisville, Kentucky
Was it the goal of the Reformation to splinter the church into thousands of denominations? Should we be happy with the present condition of the fragmented church, expecting it to continue, or should we strive to see the unification of the church once again?
One of the unforeseen results of the Reformation was the shattering fragmentation of the church. In our Conference, The End of Protestantism, Dr. Leithart will critique American denominationalism in the context of global and historic Christianity, call for an end to Protestant tribalism, and present a vision for the future church that transcends post-Reformation divisions.
“My agenda will make Protestant churches more catholic, but that is because it will make them more evangelical.”
— peter j. leithart
Peter J. Leithart (PhD, University of Cambridge), a former pastor, is president of Theopolis Institute in Birmingham, Alabama, and adjunct senior fellow of theology and literature at New Saint Andrews College. He is the author of numerous books.
Friday, October 27
6:30 - 7:30 – Session 1
7:30-7:50 – Break
7:50-8:50 – Session 2
Saturday, October 28
8:30 am – Coffee, Doughnuts, and Fruit available
9:00 - 10:00 am – Session 3
10:00—10:20 am – Break
10:20—11:20 am – Session 4
11:20 am – Noon – Set up for the Feast
Noon – 4:00 pm – Feasting, Singing, Games
4:00 – 4:45 pm – Q & A
4:45 – 6:00 pm – more eating, drinking, and visiting
6:00 pm – clean up
Sunday, October 29
9:30 am – The Lord's Service
11:30 am – Sunday School
2:30 pm – Fellowship Meal