Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Public Invited to Free Evening Services at Theology Conference




The public is invited to attend two free evening services during the annual Greenville Seminary Spring Theology Conference, March 10-12. The services will be held on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings at 7 p.m. at Woodruff Road Presbyterian Church in Simpsonville, S.C. A free-will offering will be received.

If you are unable to attend these evening services, you may listen to them online. They will be streamed live through our SermonAudio page found here. Click on the red WEBCAST icon. You can also access this page from our seminary web site by clicking on the icon that looks like this at the bottom of our home page at gpts.edu > > > >

The theme of this year's conference of "The Law of God in a Lawless Age." On Tuesday evening, Dr. Ian Hamilton, a GPTS trustee and adjunct professor and pastor of Cambridge Presbyterian Church in Cambridge, England, will preach on "What the Law Could Not Do (Rom. 8:3)". On Wednesday evening, GPTS President Dr. Joseph A. Pipa, Jr. will speak on "The Third Use of the Law."

The issue of the place of the law of God in today's world is a critical  for the contemporary church. The conference will seek to answer such practical and theological questions as: What is the relationship between the Law and the Gospel? What is the place of the Ten Commandments in church and society today? More particularly, what is the role of the law in your life as a Christian?

Pre-registration opportunities for the full conference end at 5 p.m. on March 5. It will still be possible to register at the door, beginning at 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday, Mar. 10 at the church. On-site registration costs are $120 for adults, $90 for GPTS alumni and $30 for students. Persons unable to attend the full conference may register for one day at $45 ($10 for student, spouse or child).

Full conference information, including speakers and schedule, is available here.