Register Today for our Fall Retreat
September 14th, 2014 | John Chandler
The Collaborative Body
Fall Retreat with Vox Veniae and New Table
Friday, October 24 through Sunday October 26
In a wikipedia world of decentralization, how do we continue to empower each members of our church communities? Theologically, what are the implications of Jesus’ body for our body?
What does Jesus being human mean for us as humans and communities?
Join Dr. Cherith Fee Nordling and our friends from Vox Veniae and New Table for a weekend of conversation and collaboration.
Early Registration ends September 21
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Meet Dr. Cherith Fee Nordling
Dr. Cherith Fee Nordling currently serves as Associate Professor of Theology at Northern Seminary. For the past 30 years Cherith and her husband Robert have been involved in renewal movements in a variety of demoninations. She holds a Ph. D. from the University of St. Andrews in Systematic Theology, as well as degrees from King’s College London, Regent, Notre Dame de Namur University and Wheaton.
Cherith is an important emerging voice, calling for a deeper understanding of what Jesus’ humanity means for the church today. Most recently, Cherith has been working on a book on theological anthropology and the resurrection, and a condensed version of Paul’s Christology with her father, Gordon Fee.
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