The Pastor Theologian: Identities and Possibilities
November 2-4, 2015
Registration for the 2015 CPT Conference is now open! The conference will be held in Chicago, November 2-4. The theme of this year’s conference is, The Pastor as Theologian: Identities and Possibilities.
The Center for Pastor Theologian’s annual theology conference exists to reconnect theological scholarship and pastoral ministry. Toward this end, the CPT Theology Conference facilitates conversation between pastors, academic theologians, lay leaders, and ecclesial theologians, with a view to constructing theological proposals for the betterment of the church and her theology. This year’s speaker line up includes the following plenary speakers and addresses:
Peter Liethart — The Pastor Theologian as Biblical Theologian
James K. A. Smith — The Pastor Theologian as Political Theologian
Kevin Vanhoozer — The Pastor Theologian as Public Theologian
Todd Wilson — The Pastor Theologian as Pastor
Gerald Hiestand — The Pastor Theologian as Ecclesial Theologian
Along with our plenary speakers, we’ll also have presentations from Kevin Hector, Mickey Klink, Douglas Estes, Phil Ryken, David Dockery, Kristen Johnson, Peter Cha, Scott Manetsch, Eric Redomond, Joel Lawrence, Michael LeFebvre, Jason Nichols, Chris Castaldo, and more. Worship will be led by Caleb Widmer and the Chicago Liturgists.
Our target audience is men and women who care about the church and theological scholarship, and who are interested in exploring the identity, calling and possibilities of the pastor theologian.
Early bird specials are available, as are student discounts. So hurry and register. We hope to see you there!