Next CETA Fall Conference

CETA holds regional theology conferences each Fall in conjunction with a theological college or seminary.

The Fall CETA theology conference will be held in conjunction with the Associated Canadian Theological Schools (ACTS seminaries), a consortium of theological schools located on the campus of Trinity Western University, in Langley, BC.

Although most of the Fall conferences have been held in central Canada (Ontario), CETA intends to partner with a theological institution in Western Canada every few years, which allows us to reach out to professors, graduate students, and pastors from that region who are interested in theological reflection for the sake of the church.

The date for the Fall conference is Saturday, October 15, 2016, and the keynote speaker will be Iain Provan, Marshall Sheppard Professor of Biblical Studies at Regent College, in Vancouver, BC. Dr. Provan’s book Seriously Dangerous Religion: What the Old Testament Really Says and Why It Matters (Baylor, 2014) won the R.B.Y. Scott Book Award in 2016 at the Canadian Society of Biblical Studies.

You may register online for the conference by clicking this link. Early bird rates are in effect before September 20.



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