The Great Story and the Great Commission:
How a Missional Hermeneutic of Scripture Shapes our Mission of Building the Church, Serving Society, and Stewarding Creation
October 19-21, 2020
7:00 pm (AST)
|Monday, October 19, 2020||7:00 pm||Lecture #1|
|Tuesday, October 20, 2020||7:00 pm||Lecture #2|
|Wednesday, October 21, 2020||7:00 pm||Lecture #3|
ABOUT THE LECTURER
Dr Christopher J.H. Wright is the International Ministries Director of Langham Partnership (www.langham.org), which provides literature, scholarships and preaching training for Majority World pastors and seminaries. He taught O.T. at the Union Biblical Seminary in India for five years and was Principal of All Nations Christian College in England for eight. His books include commentaries on Deuteronomy, Jeremiah, Lamentations, and Ezekiel; Old Testament Ethics for the People of God; The Mission of God; The God I Don’t Understand; and The Mission of God’s People. Chris was the chief architect of The Cape Town Commitment – the Statement of the Third Lausanne Congress in October 2010. He is an Honorary Vice-President of Tear Fund, UK, and of IFES. Chris and his wife Liz have four adult children and eleven grandchildren and live in London, UK, as members of All Souls Church, Langham Place.
THE HAYWARD LECTURES
Established and endowed in 1964 by Mrs. C. C. Hayward of Wolfville, the Hayward Lectures provide academic dialogue in order to stimulate critical engagement and reflection on key and emerging ideas in Church History, Christian Theology, and Biblical Studies.
Under the leadership of Dr. Danny Zacharias, the Hayward Lectures advances its vision by inviting world-class scholars to Acadia in the aforementioned disciplines to address the community each October on their freshest work and emerging or disruptive ideas in the formats of lecture, conversation, and writing.