We citizens of the City of God (Blog) generally take in Toronto’s monthly meeting of Theology Pub. The group has been gathering for a few years now, and we’ve been treated to some very good discussions in the past. This upcoming season of Theology Pub proves to be just as good as those previous. Here’s the roster:
Saturday, September 15 at 7:00 PM – David Fitch, a bi-vocational pastor and professor from Chicago, will dialogue with Craig Carter, professor of theology at Tyndale, about Anabaptism, evangelicalism, and more. Carter is an outspoken critic of some of Fitch’s writings at his blog.
Monday, October 15 at 7:00 PM – Charles Lewis of the National Post will be speaking about how the numbers of religious people remain steady and even rising in some cases about our influence in the public debate is waning.
Monday, November 19 at 7:00 PM – John van Leeuwen will be speaking on how to understand Genesis 1 and 2 in relation to science.
Please register if you wish to attend.
Theology Pub is held at the Bishop and the Belcher (175 Bloor Street East, Toronto). The entrance is at Church Street and Hayden Street, south of Bloor Street East and Church Street.