The Christian Life as Gift and Task:

Ideas of Vocation and Becoming in the Thought of Søren Kierkegaard
Reverend Jeremy Boehr, MDiv

Rector of the Anglican Parish of Nipawin and Arborfield in the Diocese of Saskatchewan

Wednesday, February 6, 2019 - 7:30 p.m.

Leppington Student Centre
(Upper level of Rempel Auditorium)

Public Welcome - Free admission

Jeremy Boehr

Jeremy grew up in Christopher Lake, SK. He earned his BA from the University of Saskatchewan and an MDiv from Wycliffe College, University of Toronto.   He is currently the Rector of the Anglican Parish of Nipawin and Arborfield in the Diocese of Saskatchewan.

In this lecture, Jeremy contends that “The task of the redeemed human being - which is the vocation of the Christian - is to live in temporality entirely with reference to the Eternal.”

Thomas F. King Lecture Series

This forum is intended to give resident faculty and, on occasion, visiting scholars, the opportunity to make presentations in the fields of theology, history, philosophy and biblical studies. This lectureship aims to enhance the learning opportunities for our students, giving them a window into the academic interests and pursuits of NBC faculty and guests that go beyond simply teaching in the classroom.

The public is welcome to this event in the hopes that they would appreciate the caliber of teaching that takes place at NBC.  Admission is free.

Thomas F. King was one of the original founders of Two Rivers Bible Institute.  This lecture series is named after him to honor his legacy of providing firm Biblical instruction to students who studied at TRBI and subsequently, those who currently study at Nipawin Bible College.

 

 

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