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Fall Colloquy "Walking With God in Worship and Life"

Walking With God in Worship and Life—November 11-12, 2013

Dr. Gerald Borchert is Senior Professor at Carson—Newman College and Emeritus Thesis Director at the Robert Webber Institute for Worship Studies. He is a Canadian lawyer who holds a Princeton Ph.D. in New Testament and did post-doctoral work in Jerusalem, Cambridge, Hamburg, Duke and Boston. He has taught in a number of places in Africa, the Americas, Asia, the Middle East and Europe and has been the dean of two American seminaries. A translator for the New Living Translation, he has penned over 150 articles and a score of books including commentaries on John, Galatians, Revelation, Thessalonians and Worship in the New Testament . He has been a Seminar leader for over 40 tours to the Holy Land and the Mediterranean World and has penned 2 volumes as guides to The Lands of the Bible : one on Israel, Egypt, Jordan, etc and the other on Greece and Turkey. His most recent major work is Jesus of Nazareth: Background, Witnesses and Significance .

Dr. Borchert will be lecturing on the theme "Walking with God in Worship and Life." Three lecture and dialog sessions will be based on the following topics:

  • Session 1: Who is This Jesus that Defines Our Worship?
  • Session 2: Differences between Religion and Authentic Worship
  • Session 3: Hard Realities of Christian Life and Worship
Dr. Gerald Borchert, Senior Professor at Carson-Newman College and Emeritus Thesis Director at the Robert Webber Institute for Worship Studies

Fall Colloquy Schedule for the General Public and Registration Options below:

Monday, November 11, 2013
1:45—2:00 Worship
2:00—3:00 Session 1: Gerald Borchert (West Wing)
3:00—3:30 Break
3:30—4:30 Session 1 Q & A: Gerald Borchert (West Wing)
Tuesday, November 12, 2013
8:30—9:00 Worship
9:00—10:00 Session 2: Gerald Borchert (West Wing)
10:00—10:30 Break (Carroll Bistro)
10:30—11:30 Session 2 Q & A: Gerald Borchert (West Wing)
11:30—1:30 Lunch
1:30—1:45 Worship
1:45—2:45 Session 3: Gerald Borchert (West Wing)
2:45—3:00 Break (Carroll Bistro)
3:00—4:00 Session 3 Q& A: Gerald Borchert (West Wing)
6:00—8:00 Carroll Fellowship Meal—Gerald Borchert—Testimony (Fellowship Hall, FBC Arlington)


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