Cameron MacKenzie Next Speaker in Reformation Lecture Series at CTSFW
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (CTSFW)—Concordia Theological Seminary (CTSFW), Fort Wayne, continues to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation with the Reformation Lecture Series.
February 12, 2017
“The Reformation at 500: Still Worth Celebrating!”
Dr. Cameron A. MacKenzie
The Forest E. and Frances H. Ellis Professor of Historical Theology
Chair and professor, CTSFW Historical Theology
This presentation will discuss the origins of the Reformation in the teaching of Martin Luther, especially the 95 Theses, and argue for the ongoing significance of what Luther taught about God, man and salvation.
April 30, 2017
“The Reformation After the Reformation: Interpreting Martin Luther After February 18, 1546”
Dr. Lawrence R. Rast Jr.
CTSFW President and professor of Historical Theology
There is no charge for these lectures that take place from 4:00–5:00 p.m.(Eastern) in Luther Hall on the Seminary campus, 6600 N. Clinton St., Fort Wayne. If you cannot be with us on campus, you can watch live on the CTSFW Facebook page, www.facebook.com/ctsfw. For additional information email LeeAnna.Rondot@ctsfw.edu or phone 260.452.2204.
The first lecture in the series, “Luther’s Catechism: A Field Manual for Disciples,” was presented in October 2016 by CTSFW Prof. John T. Pless. His lecture, plus additional Reformation 500 resources, may be found on the CTSFW website at www.ctsfw.edu/Reformation-500.