The PBS Announces its 2017 Conference: Anglicanism – Catholic and Reformed: Revisiting the Reformation Legacy 1517-2017
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In the anniversary year of Luther’s promulgation of the ninety-five theses which started the Reformation, this conference will explore the ways in which Anglicanism emerged with an identity that is both truly reformed and enduringly catholic.
This important event for all those interested in a deeper understanding of the nature and history of Anglicanism will be held at St John’s Church, Savannah, Georgia from midday on Thursday 16th to midday Saturday 18th February 2017.
Leading speakers will include
Oliver O’Donovan (Professor of Christian Ethics Edinburgh University and formerly Regius Professor of Moral Theology and Canon of Christ Church Oxford) who will be addressing the theme of Sanctification
Dr Joan Lockwood O’Donovan (Hon. Fellow in the School of Divinity, Edinburgh University) who will be addressing the area of Church Government
The Rt. Revd. Dr. Geoffrey Rowell former Bishop in Europe and previously Chaplain of Keble College Oxford who will be exploring those elements of continuity found in the midst of change,
Neil Robertson, Professor of Philosophy at King’s College Halifax, will speak on”Two Kinds of Righteousness and the Possibility of a Catholic Reformation: Luther, Hooker and Shakespeare”.
Gillis Harp, Professor of History, Grove City College, PA will address the Historic Streams that shaped and emerged from the Reformation.
Dr. Roberta Bayer, Professor of Government, Patrick Henry College & Editor The Anglican Way.
In addition to the further papers to be given, there will be opportunities to hear selected shorter presentations about current research and work in progress in the study of Anglicanism and the Reformation. (Such as, A. Macdonald-Radcliff: From Private Judgement to Private Conscience, Institutionally Mediated Truth and the Contemporary Crisis of the Conscience).
For more information and to register for the conference please use the following links
Space is limited so early booking is advised (and comes with a significant discount).
For further information see:
The Revd. Canon Alistair Macdonald-Radcliff
The PBS USA