Crossings Table Talk

Have you been missing getting together?   Talking theology? 
Getting excited about the Gospel?  So have we! 
 

We get together once a month and discuss – not a book – but an essay from our Crossings library.  There will be a different discussion leader for each session for the sake of variety and emphases. 

These talks will be free and we hope you will join us, but you MUST pre-register via email with Cathy Lessmann.  After registering, you will receive an invitation to join our Zoom-based Crossings Table Talk.   

 


Upcoming Sessions:


January 26th, 2021  (Tuesday at 1 PM CST)

The Orders of Creation—Some Reflections on the History and Place of the Term in Systematic Theology
by Edward Schroeder
Discussion Leader:  Dr. Kathryn Kleinhans
 




The Orders of Creation - Part 1


The Orders of Creation - Part 2


The Orders of Creation - Part 3



February 23, 2021  (Tuesday at 1 PM CST)

Ethical Implications of Military Leadership” by Robert W. Bertram
Discussion Leader:  Steven Kuhl



If this time-slot is not good for you , but you’re interested in future Table Talks, let us know what other days/times would be better.  This will help in our future planning.

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     We are thrilled to be able to connect, talk theology with you, and share in the hope of the Gospel.  As you are aware, these events are free to you.
    With your generous donations, we are able to offset the costs of these events and will be able to
    offer more opportunities for discussion and learning in the future. Thank you for your involvement in Crossings and your support in our mission!





    Previous Table Talks:

    December 8th, 2020  (Tuesday at 1 PM CST)

    The Hermeneutical Significance of Apology IV” by Robert W. Bertram
    Discussion Leader:  Steven Kuhl
     


    The Hermeneutical Significance of Apology IV


    November 10, 2020, at 1 PM CST

    The Miller Lectures: “Luther and the Liberation of the Laity: Part I: The Liberation They Enjoy
    and
    Part II: The Freedom They Employ
    by Edward Schroeder
    Discussion leader:  Fred Niedner
     



    Luther and the Liberation of the Laity: Part I: The Liberation They Enjoy


    Luther and the Liberation of the Laity: Part II: The Freedom They Employ



     October 6, 2020, at 1 PM CST

    The Lively Use of the Risen Lord” by Robert W. Bertram
    Discussion Leader:  Steve Albertin
     


    The Lively Use of the Risen Lord