Main speaker: Andrew Leslie
Further details TBC.
Fatherhood (Paul Grimmond)
Paul Grimmond is Dean of Students at Moore Theological College. His research interests include pastoral issues for the general Christian public, developing resilience for ministry workers, preaching and proclamation. He is the author of Right Side Up: Life as God meant it to be, Suffering Well: The predictable surprise of Christian suffering and a forthcoming book on anxiety called When the Noise Won’t Stop (publication date: around June 2022). He is also co-author with Phillip Jensen of The Archer and the Arrow. He is married to Cathy and together, they have three children.
Same morals, different God?: When do ethical decisions become theological ones? (David Höhne)
If there are reasons for making different moral decisions from the Apostles, could there be reasons for making different theological decisions as well? Could the same reasoning strategies be applied to ethics as theology? Come along to this academic session to consider the relationship between Scripture, tradition, reason and experience for theology and ethics.
David is Academic Dean, a lecturer in Christian Doctrine and Philosophy at Moore College, and the author of The Last Things: Contours of Christian theology. He has served in Anglican churches in Sydney, Canberra and the UK (honorary). Since 2007, he has been serving at Moore and in his local church. He is married to Amelia, and they have three children. He loves the smell of rain after a hot day, the sound of God’s people singing his praises, the look of joy on someone’s face when they learn something new, the taste of freshly baked chocolate chip cookies and the feel of a new book.