Monday 31 January 2022, 8:30am-5:00pm (GMT +11 Australian Eastern Standard Time).
Moore Theological College, 1 King St, Newtown, Sydney, NSW, Australia, and via livestream.
- In person tickets:
- Full time worker: $89.50 + booking fee
- Concession: $59.50 + booking fee
- CMS missionary/Moore College student, spouse, chaplain: $39.50 + booking fee
- Moore College faculty/speaker: Free
- Livestream: $30
Please note: Delegates will have access to the conference talks for two weeks afterwards, except for Candice Bergamin and Pete Sorenson’s elective.
Every year, the Priscilla & Aquila Centre hosts a conference that focuses on the application end of complementarianism. The aim of the conference is twofold: (i) to encourage women in a variety of ministries; and (ii) to think more seriously and creatively about how men and women can work better together in ministry.
In 2022, the focus of the conference will be on the “one another” commands of the New Testament. These commands are too often overlooked in the discussions about the ministries of men and women. Moore College New Testament lecturer Peter Orr will be helping us understand the relationship between Christians generally, as well as the relationships between men and women in Christ more specifically. What does it look like for us to love one another? What are the different ways in which we are to speak with one another? Peter will help us see how to live out the one another commands both privately and publicly, including upfront in the Sunday gathering.
Here Peter Orr speak about the conference:
About our keynote speaker
Peter is married to Emma and they have four school-age sons. He has been on the faculty of Moore College since 2014, lecturing in New Testament. Originally from Northern Ireland, he has had ministry experience in London, Romania and Melbourne.
Peter’s publications include Exalted Above The Heavens: The Risen And Ascended Christ (ed. D.A. Carson; NSBT; Leicester: IVP, 2018); ‘Abounding in the Work of the Lord (1 Cor 15:58): Everything we do as Christians or Specific Gospel Work?’ (Themelios 38.2 2013); and ‘Clarity: The Presence of Christ in the Proclamation of the Word’ in Theology Is for Preaching: Biblical Foundations, Method, and Practice (eds. C Kuhn and P Grimmond; Bellingham: Lexham, 2021).