Christ Centred or Spirit-Centred and Why It Matters: An Alliance Perspective

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First Alliance Church
12345 40 St SE
Calgary, AB
Canada
Add to Calendar 04/11/2018 07:30 pm 04/11/2018 09:30 pm America/Edmonton Christ Centred or Spirit-Centred and Why It Matters: An Alliance Perspective

Gordon Smith Ambrose University President
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Dr. Gordon Smith, president and professor of Systematic and Spiritual Theology at Ambrose University, will be speaking to the relationship between Christ Jesus and the Holy Spirit in the life and worship of the church. His observation is that this is one of the key theological questions of our day, especially in The Christian & Missionary Alliance.

After the lecture there will be time given to hear from three respondents, Dr. Clyde Glass (Senior Pastor Southview Church), Dr. Ken Draper (Professor of History/Director of Planning and Assessment), and myself (Professor of Historical and Systematic Theology). It is my hope that this lecture, which will form one of the chapters of the upcoming book, Advancing the Vision: The Four-fold Gospel in Contemporary and Global Contexts, will provoke our movement to think deeply, carefully, and practically about what it means for it to be “Christ-Centred, Spirit-Empowered, and Mission-Focused.”

 

First Alliance Church
12345 40 St SE
Calgary, AB
Canada

Gordon Smith Ambrose University President
Join Us...

Dr. Gordon Smith, president and professor of Systematic and Spiritual Theology at Ambrose University, will be speaking to the relationship between Christ Jesus and the Holy Spirit in the life and worship of the church. His observation is that this is one of the key theological questions of our day, especially in The Christian & Missionary Alliance.

After the lecture there will be time given to hear from three respondents, Dr. Clyde Glass (Senior Pastor Southview Church), Dr. Ken Draper (Professor of History/Director of Planning and Assessment), and myself (Professor of Historical and Systematic Theology). It is my hope that this lecture, which will form one of the chapters of the upcoming book, Advancing the Vision: The Four-fold Gospel in Contemporary and Global Contexts, will provoke our movement to think deeply, carefully, and practically about what it means for it to be “Christ-Centred, Spirit-Empowered, and Mission-Focused.”