Anabaptism offers an important perspective on Christian mission, community, ethics, church-state relations, and interpretation of Scripture.
With Greg Boyd, Osheta Moore, and David Fitch, the webinar will consider how Christians today are embracing a radical segment of the Protestant Reformation. Many of these Christians are not part of historic Anabaptist denominations, but nevertheless appreciate Anabaptist perspectives. Hosted by Dr. Dennis Edwards
In this webinar you will:
- Learn about Anabaptism
- Hear how Anabaptism offers wisdom for contemporary Christian life in an increasingly polarized society
- Discover how a new generation is recapturing the spirit of the radical reformers and rethinking mission, community, politics, economics and more
Produced in partnership by Missio Alliance and Northern Seminary
Sponsored by the Jesus Collective
About our Speakers and Host:
Betty R. Lindner Chair of Evangelical Theology @ Northern Seminary
Senior Pastor @ Woodland Hills Church
Rev. Dr. Dennis Edwards is Associate Professor of New Testament. He is originally from New York City, was a church planter in Brooklyn, NY as well as Washington, DC, and has been in urban ministry for nearly 3 decades. Dennis holds a Bachelor of Science degree in chemical engineering from Cornell University and has been a high school science and math teacher. He also earned a Master of Divinity degree in Urban Ministry (Trinity Evangelical Divinity School), Master of Arts and PhD degrees in Biblical Studies (Catholic University of America). Dennis has a passion for God’s word and God’s church and has been an instructor of Bible and New Testament Greek at several schools, including Bethel Seminary and St. Mary’s Ecumenical Institute in Baltimore, MD.