Spring Theology Conference and Singles Weekend

Glorious Dust: The Doctrine of Man

Join us for our spring theology conference with Rev. Jonathan Gibson, associate professor of Old Testament at Westminster Theological Seminary.

Come and discuss the many implications of what God has done in man in creation, the fall, and redemption. Who is this creature that God created to be his representative on earth, to rule over creation, yet fallen because of the curse of sin, crowned with glory and honor, redeemed and made a new creation in Christ? What awaits at the end of this life?

SATURDAY, MAY 4, 2024 | 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM

Childcare and nursery provided.

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Rev. Dr. Jonathan Gibson

Rev. Dr. Jonathan Gibson (PhD, Cambridge University) is associate professor of Old Testament at Westminster Theological Seminary. Dr. Gibson previously served as associate minister at Cambridge Presbyterian Church in England.

He is a contributor to and co-editor (with David Gibson) of From Heaven He Came and Sought Her: Definite Atonement in Historical, Biblical, Theological, and Pastoral Perspective. He is also the author of historical and biblical articles in ThemeliosJournal of Biblical Literature, and Tyndale Bulletin, as well as “Obadiah” in the NIV Proclamation Bible. His PhD was published as Covenant Continuity and Fidelity: A Study of Inner-Biblical Allusion and Exegesis in Malachi (Bloomsbury).

Dr. Gibson’s academic interests include biblical theology, covenant theology, Genesis chapters 1–3, inner-biblical allusion and exegesis within the Old Testament, Pauline soteriology, and the doctrines of grace.

Singles Weekend – May 3rd-5th

Coinciding with our theology conference, we’ll host a singles weekend including activities and meals Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Participants are welcome to arrive and depart and participate in as little of or as much of the weekend as their travel accommodations allow. Use the registration link (https://bit.ly/glorious-dust-singles) to help us make plans for meals and overnight accommodations.