Next month I’ll be one of the speaker’s at the 2017 Forming a Christian Mind conference, which has as its theme, ‘Redeeming our Days: academia and a Christian view of time’. My session is focused on ‘Locating ourselves in redemptive history’. Here’s some information from the Jubilee Centre website if you’d like to find out more and book a place:
Forming a Christian Mind (FACM) explores how the Christian faith interacts with personal and academic development. It aims to help postgraduates and post-docs to develop their capacity to think biblically about their discipline and address the tensions between secular and Christian perspectives on their subject, both in the university and in wider society.
FACM is an annual conference in Cambridge, organised by Jubilee Centre together with Christian Heritage, Cambridge Papers, Christian Graduate Society, KLICE and The Faraday Institute.
The event is primarily for postgraduates, post-docs and junior academics; however anyone who is pursuing an academic career in other ways is welcome.
Dates: The 2017 conference takes place over two days: Friday evening 10th November, and Saturday 11th November
Venue: St Johns Old Divinity School, St John’s Lane, Cambridge
Theme: Redeeming our days: academia and a Christian view of time
Speakers: Os Guinness (on Friday only); John Coffey (University of Leicester), Rhoda Hawkins (Sheffield University); Tim Davy (Redcliffe College)