This summer, hear from a variety of Reformed voices on the critical issues of the pandemic, racial justice, and more from the National Presbyterian Church.
For Such a Time As This
Summer Sunday Morning Speaker Series
Via Zoom and YouTube Live
Each Sunday, this summer, 9:45-10:45 am, we’ll hear about an important topic that helps us to think faithfully about our current situation. We have taken advantage of the virtual platform we are forced into by bringing speakers from, literally, across the country and even a different continent.
For Zoom Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81653513538
For YouTube Live: https://www.youtube.com/user/nationalpres
- June 28: Rich Mouw, President Emeritus, Fuller Theological Seminary, “Civility and Common Grace in a Pandemic Season”
- July 5: John Burgess, Professor of Systematic Theology, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, “Alternative Politics: The Russian Orthodox Church in Putin’s Russia”
- July 12: Tremper Longman, Professor of Old Testament Emeritus, Westmont College, “The Bible and the Ballot”
- July 19: Juliana Lesher, National Director of Chaplaincy, Veterans Administration, “Calling, Challenge, and Courage”
- July 26: N.T. (Tom) Wright, Professor of New Testament, University of St. Andrews, Scotland, “God and the Pandemic”
- Aug 2: Andre Henry, Fuller Theological Seminary, “What is Systemic Racism?”
- Aug 9: Cynthia Eriksson, Associate Professor of Psychology, Fuller Theological Seminary, “Practicing Resilience in COVID-19”
- Aug 16: Brian Blount, President and Professor of New Testament, Union Presbyterian Seminary