The Future of Protestantism

April 29, 2014

Featuring Dr. Carl Trueman

Rev. Dr. Carl Trueman, Paul Woolley Professor of Church History, will be participating in a forum on "The Future of Protestantism," hosted by The Davenant Trust, on April 29th at Biola University in California. Dr. Trueman will be joined by Drs. Peter Leithart and Fred Sanders, and moderated by The Davenant Trust’s board member, J. Peter Escalante.

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From the Davenant Trust Website:

The Davenant Trust is happy to announce that we will be sponsoring a forum on “The Future of Protestantism,” to be held on April 29th at Biola University in California.  Hosted by the Torrey Honors Institute there, and featuring Dr. Peter J. Leithart (Trinity House Institute, Birmingham, AL; New Saint Andrews College, Moscow, ID), Dr. Carl Trueman (Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia, PA), and Dr. Fred Sanders (Biola University, La Mirada, CA), this forum aims to explore the following questions:

  • What are the flaws of modern evangelical American Protestantism?
  • Why are these shortcomings not reason, as many have argued, to convert to Rome or Eastern Orthodoxy?
  • How might Protestantism—particularly in America—need to change if it is to survive and thrive in the 21st century?

The forum will be moderated by The Davenant Trust’s board member, J. Peter Escalante.  We gratefully acknowledge the support of Matthew Lee Anderson, editor of Mere Orthodoxy, and that of the Torrey Honors Institute, in helping to organize this event.

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