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This is a Christian Thought and Culture Lecture. Where is Christian mission thriving today? Is there hope for the church in the West in light of the power of modernity, post-modernity and post-post-modernity? Signs of the rediscovery of the missional nature of the triune God and the consequent reformation (semper reformanda) of His church to recover its 'mission-shaped' ethos, are encouraging. How do we contextualize the church to be missionally effective without violating our historic doctrinal and communal roots? We will offer a vision for ecclesial, contextualized yet not compromised, missional yet deep church-based, incarnational an pneumatological, holistic Christian mission to humanity and creation. Pre-lecture reading: Walker, Andrew and Bretherton, Luke (eds.) Remembering Our Future: Explorations in Deep Church (London/Colorado Springs/Hyderabad: Paternoster, 2007), introduction, chapter 1.
Ross Hastings teaches in the areas of the theology and spirituality of mission, pastoral theology and ethics. He has served as a pastor in Kingston, ON, Burnaby, BC, and Montreal, QC, and for eleven years as the senior pastor of Peace Portal Alliance Church in White Rock, BC. He has earned two PhDs, one in organo-metallic chemistry at Queen’s University (ON), and the other in theology at St. Andrew’s University, in his native Scotland. His theological dissertation is a comparative study of the Trinitarian theology of Jonathan Edwards and Karl Barth and is in the publication process. Ross lost his wife Sharon to cancer in 2008; he has two adult children. He enjoys sport, and especially rugby, cricket, soccer, and squash as well as music of varied genres.
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