Learning from Luther today
Friday 4th August 2017
LEARNING FROM LUTHER TODAY
Saturday 30 September at St Edmundsbury Cathedral
A special day conference for clergy and laity to celebrate the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation, and to investigate Luther’s continuing impact today on our theology and worship.
We are privileged to welcome as our speakers Dr Karl Ulrichs and Dr Kathrin Oxen, theologians from Wittenberg, Germany, and Professor Ian McFarland, Regius Professor of Divinity at Cambridge, and himself a Lutheran.
The day will include presentations and discussion and will conclude with the Cathedral Evensong at which Dr Oxen will preach. Bishop Martin will host and introduce the day.
Details and booking at: www.learningfromluthertoday.eventbrite.co.uk
10.00am – 3.00pm
Sola Scriptura: Translating and Interpreting the Bible – Luther’s impact on today’s theology
Dr Karl Friedrich Ulrichs Lecturer, Wittenberg Seminary
Preaching in the Spirit of the Reformation
Dr Kathrin Oxen Director of the Wittenberg Institute of Preaching and Homiletics
Faith and the Eucharist: Why Lutherans Confuse Other Christians
Professor Ian McFarland Regius Professor of Divinity, University of Cambridge
Evensong at which Dr Kathrin Oxen will preach, in English