2017 Johnson Symposium on Faith & Society
Dr. Don E. Saliers and Emily Saliers
November 10 & 11, 2017
Dr. Don E. Saliers and Emily Saliers will be the featured presenters at the eighth annual
Johnson Symposium on Faith and Society. More information will be available soon.
Online registration will be available beginning in July, 2017
Brochure will be available in July
About Dr. Don E. Saliers and Emily Saliers:
Dr. Don E. Saliers is currently the Theologian-in-Residence after retiring in 2007 as the William R. Cannon Distinguished Professor of Theology and Worship at Candler School of Theology at Emory University. In addition to publishing widely in the fields of theology, liturgy, and music, don is a composer of liturgical music and is an accomplished keyboard player with both a classical and jazz background.
Emily Saliers is best known as part of the Grammy Award-winning Indigo Girls, celebrated for their tireless work for social justice.
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2016: Dr. Wil Gafney: “Sex, Gender, and Identity in the Scriptures”
2015: Dr. John Arthur Nunes: “Re-Imagining the Reformation from the Edges”
2014: The Rev. Nadia Bolz-Weber: “Deeply Faithful; Deeply Flawed: Telling the Truth about Ourselves, the World, and God”
2013: Dr. Larry Rasmussen: “The Reformation and the Fate of the Earth”
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.