Theology on Tap
Thursday, June 17, 2021, 8:00 PM
Martin Luther attributed the success of the reformation in equal parts to the Word of God and Wittenberg Beer. So join Joshua Daniel and other young professionals (20s/30s) for a hardy, suds-filled conversation about the nature of faith and the scope of the Gospel.
We’ll start on Zoom, with the possibility of shifting to in-person as the spirit moves us.
- Exploring our journeys of faith.
- What is faith like?
- What does the church teach about social justice?
- Where is there room for doubt?
The Rev. Dr. Joshua Daniel is the Associate Rector for Discipleship and Worship at St. Columba’s. He studied philosophy and theology at Greenville College, Oxford University, and graduated with a Ph.D. in Philosophy from the University of Arkansas. During his time at the University (2006-2015), he taught philosophy and worked as an Episcopal Chaplain. Before joining the staff at St. Columba’s he received an MDiv from Virginia Theological Seminary and co-edited a book, "Reasonable Radical?" (Pickwick 2018), with the Dean and President of the seminary, the Very Rev. Dr. Ian Markham.
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