The Theology For All Annual Day Conference on Saturday 22nd September 2007 has Dr. Mark Dever, Pastor of Capitol Hill Baptist Church in Washington D. C., as the speaker. He is a key Baptist leader from America, leading the 9Marks organisation. During the day he will be touching on the following topics:

Lessons from the Past
What lessons should today’s Church learn from the past, particularly the Puritans?

Lessons for the Present
Building biblically faithful churches today

Looking to the Future
Given the new issues now facing Christians in the West, which may put pressure on churches not to stand against the tide — how can good theology help us?

Further details available from the Theology For All website.

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  1. Hmmm. This is interesting.

    Wikipedia has this entry on sloth:
    Acedia (Latin, acedia) (from Greek ακηδία) is the neglect to take care of something that one should do. It is translated to apathetic listlessness; depression without joy. It is similar to melancholy, although acedia describes the behaviour, while melancholy suggests the emotion producing it. In early Christian thought, the lack of joy was regarded as a wilful refusal to enjoy the goodness of God and the world God created; by contrast, apathy was considered a refusal to help others in time of need.

    I’d not heard of the EI ministry before – thanks for posting!

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