A Missional Reading of Scripture: Free Conference Audio
Calvin Theological Seminary, in Grand Rapids, Michigan, recently held a conference on reading and understand the whole of the Biblical Narrative through the lens of mission. Here’s what the say about it:
Over the past century a number of scholars have recognized that mission is not simply a peripheral theme in the biblical story. Rather, it is a central thread in the biblical writings and central to the identity of the church. Thus, a missional hermeneutic is a way of reading Scripture in which mission is a central interpretive key that unlocks the whole narrative of Scripture. It does not simply study the theme of mission but reads the whole of the biblical canon with mission as one of its central themes. This conference will explore what it might mean to read both the Old Testament and the New Testament with a missional hermeneutic, and what that might mean for missional praxis of the church, specifically preaching, theological education, and the life of the local congregation.
The Conference featured speakers such as Christopher J.H. Wright, Michael W. Goheen, N.T. Wright, Darrell L. Guder as well as many others.
Posted on December 3, 2013, in Audio, Free Resources and tagged Calvin Theological Seminary, Christopher J.H. Wright, Conference Audio, Darrell L. Guder, Grand Rapids, Michael W. Goheen, Michigan, Missional Reading of Scripture, N.T. Wright. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.