RH are pleased to announce the programme for the 17th Edinburgh Dogmatics Conference ‘Reformation Theology: Maintenance or Revision?’.
It is with deep regret that the Trustees of Rutherford House have taken the decision to cancel the proposed Kingdom Come conference planned for 19-21 September.
After twelve months sharing the news of Kingdom Come with ministers and others around Scotland we have secured such a low number of booking we do not believe we are able to host the conference as planned.
All delegates, speakers and seminar leaders have been informed and registration fees have been refunded. Please note that if you have booked for our conference through the Church of Scotland Study Leave scheme and have received money for them for this, you can return that money to the Secretary for Study Leave and it will be credited to your study leave account.
This is an evening focused on how to trust God in the midst of infertility, infant loss and miscarriage, for those who have undergone these experiences or know someone who has. Pastors and Church Leaders are also very welcome.
- Keynote Speaker: Jonathan Keefe
- Evening Buffet Meal
- Q&A panel discussion – an opportunity to ask questions of medical professionals and pastors with personal and professional experience of infertility, infant loss and miscarriage
We have exciting news. Rutherford House, in association with the World Reformed Fellowship Theological Commission, will be hosting the 17th Edinburgh Dogmatics Conference on ‘Reformation Theology: Maintenance or Revision?’ at Palmerston Place Church, 29 – 31 August 2017. Further details to follow soon!
We still have some copies of Eldership: Thinking Biblically and Theologically available at a cost of £20. This training material consists of 3 DVDs which deal with the Bible in the life of the elder, foundations of eldership and responsibilities of the elder.
Rev Dr Donald MacDonald has written a resource to help people to reflect biblically and theologically on euthanasia.