Category Archives: Lectures

WCECS Colloquium: Imagining the Eschatological State

2017 Colloquium Imagining the Eschatological State co-sponsored by The Wheaton Center for Early Christian Studies, Wheaton College The Center for Scriptural Exegesis, Philosophy, and Doctrine, Mundelein Seminary and the Chicago Theological Initiative Friday, March 24th 9:30–12:00 •Beth Felker Jones (Wheaton): … Continue reading

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2016 WCECS Colloquium Public Lecture

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The Very Rev. Dr. John Behr, “Synchronic and Diachronic Harmony: Saint Irenaeus on Divine Simplicity”

Recently I was posting updates about the colloquium that The Wheaton Center for Early Christian Studies that was held on March 19–20. While space for the colloquium was limited, we had a public lecture delivered by The Very Rev. Dr. John Behr, … Continue reading

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Wheaton Theology Conference: Stanley Hauerwas, “Church Matters”

On the evening of Friday, April 5, masses crowded into and overflowed from Barrows Auditorium at Wheaton College to hear from Duke theological ethicist Stanley Hauerwas. That he was a primetime speaker at a conference on Christian theological consideration of … Continue reading

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Wheaton Theology Conference: Mark Noll on “The Peril and Potential of Scripture in Christian Political Witness”

A beloved former professor at Wheaton College and now Professor of History at Notre Dame, Mark Noll addressed a good-sized crowd. Noll is perhaps best known for his book The Scandal of the Evangelical Mind (Eerdmans, 1994), but his personal bibliography spans … Continue reading

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are you making plans?

One of Wheaton’s own doctoral students gave an outstanding message in Grad Chapel yesterday. Susan spoke on James 4:13–17, a relevant text for all of us who spend a good deal of time thinking about and planning for the future. … Continue reading

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“Justification by Works in Reformation Theology” by Tony Lane

“All evangelicals believe in justification by works. Wheaton College believes in justification by works.” That is how Dr. Tony Lane, Professor of Historical Theology at the London School of Theology, began this year’s History of Christianity Lecture. He explained that … Continue reading

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