Video from the Lectures:

 

March 12-13, 2018

Monday, March 12
3:00 – 4:15 p.m.
Mulder Chapel at Western Theological Seminary

“What Counts as a Biblical Doctrine? Exploring the Biblically Warranted Modes of Biblical Interpretation.”
Matthew Levering
Chair of Theology at Mundelein Seminary
University of St. Mary of the Lake

 

Monday, March 12, 2018
7:00 – 8:30 p.m.
Mulder Chapel at Western Theological Seminary

“Mere Protestant Christianity: Sola Scriptura and the Comic Possibility of Reformation”
Kevin VanHoozer
Research Professor of Systematic Theology
Trinity Evangelical Divinity School

 

Tuesday, March 13, 2018
3:00 – 4:30 p.m.
Mulder Chapel at Western Theological Seminary

Panel discussion
Matthew Levering, Kevin VanHoozer, Jared Ortiz, and Sue Rozeboom

 


Matthew Levering
James N. and Mary D. Perry, Jr. Chair of Theology
Mundelein Seminary
University of St. Mary of the Lake

Matthew Levering is widely recognized as one of the leading Roman Catholic doctrinal theologians today. He is the author or co-author of over 20 books, including Scripture and Metaphysics, Biblical Natural Law, Engaging the Doctrine of Revelation, Proofs of God, and most recently, Was the Reformation a Mistake?  He serves as coeditor of the journals Nova et Vetera and the International Journal of Systematic Theology and has served as Chair of the Board of the Academy of Catholic Theology since 2007.

 

Kevin VanHoozer
Research Professor of Systematic Theology
Trinity Evangelical Divinity School

Kevin VanHoozer is one of the most prominent Protestant systematic theologians writing today. Much of his work focuses upon the intersection of Christian doctrine with hermeneutics. He has written or co-written ten books, two of which won Christianity Today book awards in theology. His book, Dictionary for Theological Interpretation of the Bible earned Christianity Today’s award for best biblical studies book in 2006. He also serves on the editorial board of the International Journal of Systematic Theology and the Journal of Theological Interpretation.

 

Jared Ortiz
Assistant Professor of Religion
Hope College

Jared Ortiz teaches Catholic studies at Hope College, where he founded and directs the Saint Benedict Institute, the Catholic spiritual and intellectual center that serves Hope College. He teaches courses on the Incarnation, church history, Catholic Christianity, theological hermeneutics and early Christianity. He specializes in early Christian theology, especially St. Augustine, and he has scholarly interests in liturgy, Latin patristic thought and disability.

 

Sue Rozeboom
Associate Professor of Liturgical Theology
Western Theological Seminary

Sue Rozeboom teaches students how to unwrap God’s gracious gift of worship.  Her reading, research, and teaching interests are in the areas of the history of Christian worship, the work of the Spirit and Christian worship, and enriched sacramental theology for refreshed sacramental practice. She is the co-author, with Cornelius Plantinga, Jr., of Discerning the Spirits: A Guide to Thinking about Christian Worship Today. She been active in official Roman Catholic – Reformed dialogues for many years.