We are excited to announce our theme is From Isolation to Inclusion: A Retreat on Disabilities. We started the discussion about disabilities and the church at our Annual Conference this Spring. Our desire to further the discussion and relationships we started earlier this year. We hope to move from isolation to inclusion to full participation by providing churches and individuals the opportunity to reflect on structures in the church and biases in our own hearts concerning people with disabilities that hinder full participation in Christ’s church. Please join us for times of biblical reflection, interactive experiences, and discussion.
Doctrinal fences provide appropriate confessional boundary lines. Front porches make it possible to visit our neighbors of different faith traditions and get to know them better. We want to do both: prize doctrinal distinctives and distinctive friendships as Evangelical and Mormon neighbors.
Co‑hosted by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter‑day Saints-Portland Area Public Affairs Council and The Institute for Cultural Engagement: New Wine, New Wineskins at Multnomah University and Biblical Seminary.
In anticipation of our Spring New Wine conference on various aspects of how trauma shapes our lives, Dr. Domani Pothen will be sharing on the important genre of "Trauma Fiction." Come join us in the Seminary in room 227, bring a lunch and/or join us after in the cafeteria to keep the discussion going!
New Wine Table Talk Presentation: Derrick Peterson Presents on Rethinking the History of Faith and Science
The historical relationship of Christianity and science is a much misunderstood one. Come join us in the Seminary building room 227 as Derrick Peterson talks about some of the latest research, and why it is so important for Christians to know!
Join us at Multnomah Seminary, room Tl227! Bring a lunch, or join us after in the cafeteria to keep the conversation going!
Feel like a good flick and even better discussion led by an expert in theology and cinema? Join us Friday September 23rd at 7pm in Multnomah University Library room L101 for a great time!
Dr. Jon Robertson is coming to speak to us on the role of aesthetics in science and theology, hope to see you there!