30th Annual Theological Symposium
Sept. 17-18, 2019
Devoted: (Re)forming the Devotional Life
The 2019 Theological Symposium will explore the topic of devotion in all its complexity, (re)forming our devotional lives into lives of devotion. Attendees will walk away refreshed and equipped to encounter the challenges of our contemporary culture with the depths of God’s Word and the breadth of His work. Pastors, deaconesses, ministry leaders and faithful believers will enjoy Christ-centered edification and instruction during this year’s symposium, featuring thought-provoking plenaries and breakout sessions that spark dialogue around the question of what it means to live wholehearted, Christ-centered lives. Attendees will leave refreshed and equipped with the necessary tools to (re)form their devotional lives.
- Plenaries led by Seminary professors Dr. David Schmitt, Dr. Charles Arand, Dr. Timothy Saleska and Dr. Bruce Hartung.
- Reflection, recreation and fellowship time.
- Fifth Annual Dr. Jack Dean Kingsbury Lecture in New Testament Theology with Dr. James W. Voelz, “‘For Want of a Nail …’: The Importance of Details both Small and Great for Biblical Interpretation” at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 17, in Werner Auditorium. The lecture will be available via live stream at csl.edu/live.
- A golf outing sponsored by the LCMS Foundation, Monday, Sept. 16. Space is limited for this free event.
Registration is $160. Meals are included. Registration closes Aug. 30.
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