Friday 9 August 2024, 7:00-9:00pm: talk + Q&A in Marcus Loane Hall; 9:00pm: supper.
Marcus Loane Hall, Moore Theological College, 1 King St, Newtown and via livestream.
- In-person tickets: $10.
- Livestream (individual): $10.
- Livestream (groups of five or more people; can be in multiple locations): $50.
- Moore College community (students and student spouses, staff and staff spouses, faculty and faculty spouses): Free whether you livestream or attend in person, but you need to register.
Online registrations for in-person tickets close 12pm Friday 2nd August; livestream tickets close at 7pm at the start of the event. Please ensure you RSVP before then.
Join us for a Friday evening conversation with New Testament theologian Tom Schreiner from the USA, and Moore faculty members Jane Tooher and Dan Wu. The format for the evening will be that there won’t be a talk. Instead, the entire time will be given to the panel, answering any questions that you have on complementarianism. Please bring your questions about marriage, the ministries of men and women, and gender complementarity. Come with friends, your Bible study group, or simply yourself. This will be an excellent way to finish the week!
About our speakers
Thomas R Schreiner serves on the faculty of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky, USA. He is the James Buchanan Harrison Professor of New Testament Interpretation and Professor of Biblical Theology. He is also the Associate Dean of the School of Theology.
Jane Tooher is the Director of the Priscilla & Aquila Centre, and lectures in ministry and church history at Moore Theological College. Together with Graham Beynon, she wrote Embracing Complementarianism.
Dan Wu loves seeing people grow in their understanding of and passion for Jesus, and loves being involved in training people to serve God in the world. His doctoral research explored the relationship of honour, shame and guilt in the Bible, focusing on the book of Ezekiel. He also loves fishing, all forms of footy, fishing, basketball, and fishing. Dan is married to Chrissie, and they have three sons