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Subject: Paul Wattson Lecture – November 3, 2014
The Paul Wattson Lecture 2014
Religious Identity in the 21st Century: Virtual Communities, Double Belonging and the Place of the Individual
Guest Speaker
The Rev. Dr. Kristin Johnston Largen
Interim Dean & Associate Professor of Systematic Theology
Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg
Monday, November 3 at 7 pm
Saint Mary’s University
Scotiabank Conference Theatre
Sobey Building
903 Robie Street, Halifax, NS
The Rev. Dr. Kristin Johnston Largen will also offer a seminar, as follows:
Monday, November 3 at 2 pm
AST – St. Columba Chapel
634 Francklyn Street, Halifax, NS
About the Guest Speaker . . .
The Rev. Dr. Kristin Johnston Largen brings a diverse and expansive background in systematic theology. She teaches a variety of theological loci courses, with a particular focus on soteriology. She also teaches comparative theology and specializes in Buddhism and Hinduism. She is committed to the training of public theologians at Gettysburg Seminary, and believes strongly in the relevance of systematic theology, both to one’s public ministry and to one’s personal faith life.
All are welcome – free admission
The annual Paul Wattson Lecture is made possible by the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement, with the participation of Atlantic School of Theology and Saint Mary’s University.
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Atlantic School of Theology
Telephone: 902-496-7943
Email: advancement@astheology.ns.ca
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