2013 Johnson Symposium on Faith & Society
Dr. Larry Rasmussen
November 8 – 9, 2013
Larry Rasmussen will be the featured presenter at the fourth annual Johnson Symposium on Faith and Society. Dr. Rasmussen will make three presentations building off of his most recent publication, Earth Honoring Faith (Oxford University Press, 2012).
The symposium will be held November 8-9, 2013. Dr. Rasmussen will discuss “A Climate-Changing Planet: Opportunities for the Reformation Tradition” on Friday, November 8, at 7:00 p.m. The two sessions on Saturday, November 9, include “Recovering Lutheran Sacramental Tradition Anew” and “New Wineskins and the Communities We Need.” Each presentation will be followed by time for questions.
Dr. Rasmussen will conclude his weekend with us by preaching at Holy Trinity on Sunday, November 10, at 8:45 and 11:00 a.m. Please join us.
Registration Form Available Summer 2013.
About Dr. Larry Rasmussen:
Dr. Rasmussen is the Reinhold Niebuhr Professor Emeritus of Social Ethics, Union theological Seminary, New York City. In addition to the book noted above, he is the author of numerous other articles and books, many of which point to a paradigm shift in how we are to understand our role and relationships as human beings in God’s creation.
Directions and parking information for Holy Trinity Lutheran Church are available here.
Johnson Symposium DVD order forms available here. Videos of Mark Hanson, Heidi Neumark , and Marcus Borg are available.
2012: Bishop Mark S. Hanson: “Living the Gospel in Turbulent Times”
2011: Rev. Heidi Neumark: “Building the Beloved Community”
2010: Dr. Marcus J. Borg: “An Emerging Form of Christianity Today”
About the Johnson Symposium
Holy Trinity has long sought to provide opportunities for conversations about faith and life. Designed to celebrate and honor the exemplary ministries of Pastors Ronald K. Johnson and Stacy K. Johnson during a creative and exciting period in the life of the congregation, the Johnson Symposium on Faith and Society is envisioned as an annual event in which a leading theologian, scholar, and/or practitioner will be present to lead conversations over a two day period on important issues facing the church and society today.