Date: Tuesday, Oct. 10 (one session only)
Time: 7 – 9 p.m.
Enrollment: 12 min./45 max.
Rev. Dr. Wardlaw explores the question, “What is left to ‘reform’?” by shifting the concept of ‘reformation’ from noun to verb. Join us as we consider the relevance of this shift in today’s world.
Theodore J. Wardlaw is president and professor of homiletics at Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary. Previously, he was the pastor/head of staff for twelve years at Central Presbyterian Church in Atlanta. Ted is a graduate of Presbyterian College, and earned his divinity degree at Union Theological Seminary in Virginia (now Union Presbyterian Seminary). At Yale University Divinity School he earned a Masters of Sacred Theology in American Church History. He has contributed to a number of edited books and has written numerous articles for such periodicals as The Christian Century, Journal for Preachers, Call to Worship, and The Presbyterian Outlook.