Justification in Anglican Life & Thought
Roots and Sources: Justification in the English Reformation
A NASHOTAH HOUSE THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY Conference
A foundational Christian doctrine, the theology of justification is nevertheless frequently a site of dispute among Anglicans, drawing, as we do, from Catholic and Reformation theological sources and traditions. This two-part conference offers the opportunity to explore the theme in-depth, tracing the question from its roots in 16th century Anglicanism through to its various subsequent developments and expressions up to the present day.
On October 14, 2011, Nashotah House hosts part one, Roots and Sources: Justification in the English Reformation, featuring two renowned experts in early Anglican history: Dr. W. J. Torrance Kirby, Professor of Ecclesiastical History from McGill University and Dr. J. Ashley Null, currently based at Humboldt University of Berlin and Cambridge University.
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Nashotah House Theological Seminary
Nashotah House is a seminary of the Episcopal Church in the Anglican Communion of Churches, providing theological education for prophetic, priestly, pastoral and servant ministries, concerned for the proclamation of the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ, the mission of the Church in the world, the salvation of all people, and the worship of Almighty God.