ProTestify: Being Protestant in the 21st Century
500 years in the making…
Protest was the spirit of the 16th century Reformation. With that protest came a testifying and re-establishment of the Bible as the centre of authority. The Reformers, whilst differing over some issues, rallied around the sole authority of Scripture, and the truth that we are justified through faith. And reaffirmed this unity in the great confessions of faith. By identifying ourselves as Protestants, we stand in, and with, that great spirit of the Reformation.
* Where does that leave us though in the 21st Century?
* How does it help with the different issues and challenges we face now?
* What does it mean to be Protestant today?
* Is the label itself even still relevant?
At the 2016 Thinking of God Conference (TOGCON), our plenary speakers Simon Manchester and John McClean will focus on the theme ‘ProTestify. They will help us consider how we can reclaim our Protestant roots, as well as testify as Protestants in the 21st Century. Along with a raft of workshops from other notable evangelicals, we will expand on what it means for us to be ProTestifying.
Join us for a day of rich Biblical teaching, and pastorally-helpful workshops, as we reclaim the past to prepare for the future.
Ticket Prices are:
Early Bird (Until End of July) - $25
Beat the Rush (August-October) - $30
Standard (November-Door) - $35