Humanity and Grace

9 – 12 November (Thursday – Sunday)

with Duane Larson (Christ the King Lutheran Church, Houston, Texas)

The unit Guided Study in Missiology takes the form of this particular Intensive: Humanity and Grace. Be introduced to contemporary theological thinking about the human person, and God’s Grace. Join discussions of the human person as created, the meaning of original sin and the nature of grace.

The Rev. Dr. Duane H. Larson from Christ the King Lutheran Church in Houston, Texas, will lead this Intensive over the five days at the Adelaide College of Divinity Campus in Brooklyn Park. Duane is a renowned theologian and author, having taught Systematic Theology at the Lutheran Theological Seminary in Gettysburg and served as President and Professor of Systematic Theology at Wartburg Theological Seminary in Dubuque, Iowa. He has since, among other activities, held several university adjunct teaching positions and served two congregational interim ministries.

Humanity and Grace is available for credit under the unit codes: MINS 2316/3341 or THEO1303, or as a postgraduate Guided Study.

To register please send us an email.