Graduates' Lecture - Leaving Christianity: Current Reality and Implications

par Knox College

  • mercredi, 09 mai 2018 de 10:45 Matin à 12:15 Après-midi (HAE)
  • Knox College 59 St. George Street, Toronto, ON M5S 2E6

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A highlight of Knox's convocation day events will be the Graduates' Lecture

Leaving Christianity: Current Reality and Implications

Presented by Stuart Macdonald, co-author of

Leaving Christianity: Changing Allegiances in Canada since 1945.

All are welcome. The event is free, but registration is required. A live stream of the lecture is also available by clicking here.

 

Détails

Wednesday, May 9, 2018

10:00 a.m. Check-in (Rotunda) and fellowship
 
10:45 a.m. Graduates’ Lecture (Classroom 4) 
Leaving Christianity: Current Reality and Implications

How has the Canadian religious landscape changed over the last seventy years? What do these changes mean for ministry in Canada today? What do we need to do differently? What changes might Christian churches need to make if they are to speak to contemporary society? In this Graduates’ Lecture, Professor Stuart Macdonald will explore these questions based on his findings in Leaving Christianity: Changing Allegiances in Canada since 1945. The book, written by Brian Clarke and Stuart Macdonald and published November 2017, offers a detailed and significantly different understanding of the religious reality of Canada today.

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Sandy Aird

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Peter Ross

Robert Faris

Gord brown

John Krauser

M.J. Perry

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Gale Macdonald

Megan McLean

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Knox College
59 St. George Street, Toronto, ON M5S 2E6

9 mai 2018
mercredi, 9 mai 2018 10:45 Matin (HAE)

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Knox College is a creative and challenging place to prepare for Christian ministry and to study theology for today’s changing world. For 170 years, we have been a progressive leader in Reformed theological education in Canada. Located at the heart of the University of Toronto, we are a founding partner in the Toronto School of Theology, one of North America’s largest ecumenical consortia. Our Faculty work with students to pursue academic excellence, think theologically, interpret scripture, and be creative and faithful leaders for their congregations and communities at home and abroad. Through our residence, Knox offers hospitality to its theological students and those who are part of the diversity of the University of Toronto.