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Thursday, October 20 • 3:30pm - 4:30pm
“What Does it Mean to Be a Reformed Thinker, Worshipper, Educator” FILLING

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A fresh look at the strengths and weaknesses of Reformed Christianity, in light of the growing number of students and educators nationwide in Christian schools from a wide variety of Christian traditions. How can we speak about Reformed Christianity in ways that are grateful for its strengths, and humbly aware of internal challenges? How can we reach out to ever larger audiences while retaining strong roots in the broad Reformed tradition?


John Witvliet

Director, Calvin Institute of Christian Worship; Professor, Calvin College and Seminary
Calvin College, BA | Calvin Seminary, MTS | U. of Illinois, MMus | U. of Notre Dame, MA, PhD

Thursday October 20, 2016 3:30pm - 4:30pm
River Level Suite 7 on the lower level of the Century Center.

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