December 7 at 6:04 am EST
411 Willard Straight Hall
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*Continental Breakfast: 8:30am
Session 1, 9:00am: Holy Worldliness
God hasn’t given up on the world that he created and originally called “good.” Neither should we. This means seeking to honor God’s purposes in all areas of life.
-Midmorning Break, 10:15am-
Session 2, 10:45am: Everything Matters to God: Serving the Lord in our Studies, Work and Leisure
A robust, God-honoring discipleship means glorifying God in our private and public lives, is learning and worship, in work and play.
Richard Mouw is philosopher and theologian, as well as author of several books, currently serving as president of Fuller Theological Seminary. Mouw received a B.A from Houghton College, M.A. from the University of Alberta, and his PhD from the University of Chicago. Mouw was Professor of Christian philosophy at Calvin College for seventeen years. He has also served as a visiting professor to the Free University of Amsterdam. He was appointed Professor of Christian Philosophy and Ethics at Fuller Theological Seminary in 1985, and was elected President in 1993. In 2007, Mouw was awarded the Abraham Kuyper Prize for Excellence in Reformed Theology and Public Life at Princeton Theological Seminary by the Abraham Kuyper Center for Public Theology The Institute of Biblical Studies is co-sponsored by Chesterton House, Bethel Grove Bible Church, and New Life Presbyterian Church.