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The 2019 Sydney Martin Memorial Lecture
Tue May 28 2019 19:30
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J B Maclagan Chapel, NTC, M20 2GU
FREE

Having personal information collected and analysed is part of everyday life – for everyone, not only a suspect…

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Having personal information collected and analysed is part of everyday life – for everyone, not only a suspect few.

Surveillance makes possible government, retail, healthcare, education in fact almost all dimensions of society. This lecture discusses how Christians might respond using the Bible and theological insights.

 

Dr Eric Stoddart

Lecturer in Practical Theology University of St Andrews

Dr Stoddart’s main research interests lie in surveillance and in digital technologies more generally – all from a practical theological perspective. He is curious about the faith which our societies place in technologies as supposed solutions to relationship challenges across a whole host of levels and in a multitude of contexts.

NTC June Open Evening
Tue Jun 11 2019 19:30
until 21:00 Add to calendar
Nazarene Theological College
FREE

Find out more about our excellent, supportive, friendly learning environment through an open evening. With a range of part…

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Find out more about our excellent, supportive, friendly learning environment through an open evening. With a range of part time, full time, distance or flexible study options, NTC is truly a formative (and transformative!) place to study, a place where the seeds of life-long friendships are planted, and where Christian faith is free to flourish.

Open evenings allow you to pack the most important aspects of NTC into a shorter visit. Like an open day, you get to meet faculty, staff and students, receive helpful information about applying, ask lots of questions – and all of this over coffee and cake!

If you would like to discover NTC through this open evening, please register your details and we will see you at NTC.

The 2019 MWRC Annual Lecture
Tue Jun 18 2019 17:00
18:30 Add to calendar
J B Maclagan Chapel, NTC, M20 2GU
FREE

‘The Fall of Wisdom: Reflections on Evil and the Purposes of God’ The 2019 MWRC Annual Lecture will…

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‘The Fall of Wisdom: Reflections on Evil and the Purposes of God’

The 2019 MWRC Annual Lecture will be delivered by Professor Chris Green. This is a free lecture and open to the public.

This lecture explores the doctrine of evil from four perspectives: wickedness, corruption, calamity, and sin. Contending that original wickedness is deeper than original sin, the lecture suggests that the “pre-Edenic” power of wickedness brought about the corruption that still confronts us in the “natural” world. In short, creation is not what it should be, not what it will be. Right from the beginning, evil has been present with us. Once this is understood, we must radically reconfigure familiar Wesleyan and Pentecostal theologies of sin and providence, as well as pastoral and missional practices.

Image: William Blake, Elohim Creating Adam (1795–c.1805) with kind permission from the Tate Gallery

One Day Theology Conference and Book Launch
Fri Jun 21 2019 8:30
until 15:30 Add to calendar
J B Maclagan Chapel, NTC
FREE

Nazarene Theological College will be hosting the annual ‘One-Day Theological Conference’. The conference will be held in the…

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Nazarene Theological College will be hosting the annual ‘One-Day Theological Conference’. The conference will be held in the J B Macalgan Chapel at 8:30 and will finish at 1:45pm. Tea and coffee and a light lunch will be provided (for a nominal fee).

The conference is free and open to the public.

The book launch will follow directly after the conference at 2:00pm

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Ministers Summer School: Without Walls
Thu Jun 27 2019 0:00
3 days Add to calendar
NTC, Didsbury, M20 2GU

Workshops will focus on equipping and skills for ministry, including: models of encouraging generosity; supporting and leading a…

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Workshops will focus on equipping and skills for ministry, including: models of encouraging generosity; supporting and leading a paid team; working with volunteers; good practice in charitable leading – things you must do, things you could do…

Thursday: The Bible in the 21 st Century – Connecting to Life

Friday: The Bible without walls – Connecting to Culture

Saturday: ‘What Kind of Church – Without Walls?’ (with Fred Drummond)

Register HERE or visit OUR PAGE for more information

Chaplaincy in Education Conference
Wed Jul 10 2019 9:30
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NTC, Didsbury, M20 2GU
£20.00

With the success of last year’s Exploring Chaplaincy conference we are pleased to be hosting Exploring Chaplaincy in…

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With the success of last year’s Exploring Chaplaincy conference we are pleased to be hosting Exploring Chaplaincy in Education. We are finalising all the details and will be publishing the programme shortly.

Registration is open for anyone who would like to book.

Exploring Chaplaincy in Education is a partnership between: Festive, Chaplaincy Central, Free Churches Group and Nazarene Theological College.

We look forward to seeing you in July.

(Programme and speaker information to follow)

NTC Graduation 2019
Sat Oct 5 2019 11:00
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The Whitworth Hall, University of Manchester
FREE

We are delighted to have Dr Carla Sunberg as our guest speaker. Dr. Sunberg was elected 43rd general…

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We are delighted to have Dr Carla Sunberg as our guest speaker. Dr. Sunberg was elected 43rd general superintendent of the Church of the Nazarene at the 29th General Assembly in Indianapolis, Indiana, in June 2017. At the time of her election, Dr. Sunberg was president of Nazarene Theological Seminary, where she had been serving since January 2014.

The 2019 Didsbury Lectures
Mon Oct 21 2019 19:30
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J B Maclagan Chapel, NTC, M20 2GU
FREE

The 2019 Didsbury Lectures will be given by: Professor Michael Lodahl from Point Loma Nazarene University Monday 21 October…

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The 2019 Didsbury Lectures will be given by: Professor Michael Lodahl from Point Loma Nazarene University

Monday 21 October – Thursday 24 October 2019, 7:30pm – 8:30pm

Refreshments will follow the lecture.

More details to follow