08 Feb 2012

Ligonier Conference in March

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The elders of The Resolved Church have asked that I attended at least two conferences a year for my own personal education, growth and development. The first one I will be attending this year is the National Ligonier Conference. The theme this year is “The Christian Mind” and has some great speakers lined up. I would like to invite any gentleman who are interested in going to attend with me. If you are interested in going please contact dan@theresolved.com

Here is the blurb about the conference from their website:
http://www.ligonier.org/events/2012-national-conference/

“One of the things most alarming about today’s culture is the way in which evangelicals are responding to attacks. Gone are the days, it seems at times, when believers devoted themselves to thinking deeply about the world in order to respond humbly to the church’s enemies without ceding any intellectual ground. Many evangelicals have bought into the idea that having one’s heart in the right place is all that matters—that a passion for Jesus and the life of the mind are mutually exclusive. What this view misses is that burning hearts are not nourished by empty heads. We must develop our minds if we are to sustain our passion for the Savior and deal with the bias against us.

At Ligonier Ministries’ 2012 National Conference, we will be addressing this problem as we consider the theme of “The Christian Mind.” From March 15-17, 2012, R.C. Sproul will be joined by Sinclair Ferguson, Robert Godfrey, Michael Horton, Steven J. Lawson, Albert Mohler, Stephen Meyer, R.C. Sproul Jr., and Del Tackett to consider the importance of building a Christian worldview, the role of education in the Christian life, science and God’s natural revelation, defending the faith, and many other topics. It promises to be an exciting time of training and fellowship as we all learn how better to think like Christians in order that we might live like Christians.”

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