Christian-Atheist Event Comes to Taylor
Taylor Seminary is pleased to announce Belief and Doubt in the 21st Century, a dialogue on faith and the existence of God. This 2-hour debate/discussion will feature Taylor Professor of Historical Theology Dr. Randal Rauser and a well-known apologist for atheism, Justin Schieber from Grand Rapids, MI (co-host of the Reasonable Doubts radio program).
Taylor Prof to Debate Existence of God
Taylor Theology Prof Dr. Randal Rauser will participate in a debate on the existence of God. The University of Alberta Atheists and Agnostics is hosting the debate, the latest in a long series of similar debates hosted by the group.
Mark Wollenberg to Visit Campus - Open Invitation
The E P Wahl Centre and Taylor Seminary invite you to spend a morning with us, exploring the topic of Spiritual Formation and Ministry.
For the follower of Christ, justice is a call to spiritual maturity. Mark Wollenberg of International Justice Mission will share how IJM has practically developed a rhythm of spiritual practices into the everyday practice of each of its offices around the world, while at the same time vigorously working to protect the poor from violent oppression.
Mental Illness and the Christian Faith
The E P Wahl Centre at Taylor is supporting an initiative of Holy Trinity Anglican Church, where Taylor alum Sarah Holmstrom serves as priest.
Mental Illness and the Christian Faith: A Conversation will feature a presentation from Kathryn Greene-McCreight. Her latest book, Darkness is My Only Companion: A Christian Response to Mental Illness (Brazos Press, 2006), was named a 2006 top ten book in Religious Non-Fiction by Publisher’s Weekly.