Auckland Events with Jerram Barrs: ‘Is God a Misogynist?’ and Faith & Work Conference

Jerram Barrs will be visiting New Zealand next month and City Presbyterian Church is hosting him for several public events. Barrs is Professor of Christian Studies and Contemporary Culture and Resident Scholar of the Francis A. Schaeffer Institute at Covenant Theological Seminary in St. Louis, Missouri, USA. Before taking up his role at Covenant, Barrs helped found the English L’Abri where he worked for 17 years.  He has a passion for helping equip and encourage Christians to grow in their relationship with Christ and to learn how to glorify Him in all of life. Barrs is also the author of numerous books including The Heart of EvangelismLearning Evangelism from Jesus, The Heart of Prayer, and Through His Eyes: God’s Perspective on Women in the Bible.

Is God a Misogynist?

Popular understanding of the biblical view of women tends to suggest that the God of the Bible is misogynistic. But is this popular understanding an accurate one?

Join Jerram Barrs as he addresses the questions and issues surrounding God’s view of women. This is a free public talk and is open to anyone of all faiths and none (and both genders) who are wrestling with or have questions about this issue.

The talk will begin at 7:30pm. Light refreshments and a Q&A session will follow the presentation.

When: Wednesday 20th June from 7:30-9pm

Where: City Presbyterian Church, 283 Karangahape Road, Auckland

Cost: Free

Faith and Work Conference

What does it mean to profess faith in Christ while pursuing our various professions? What does it mean to follow Christ in the 9-5 of life?  How does our relationship to Christ bring deeper joy and meaning to our career?  Join Jerram Barrs as he explores the Bible’s teaching on these and other questions related to the relationship between faith and work.

When:  22nd & 23rd June (7p-9:30p Friday, 9:30a-2p Saturday)

Where: City Presbyterian Church, 283 Karangahape Road, Auckland

Cost: $50 ($25 for Uni Students) Attendees can register and pay the day of the conference or email tscott@citypres.org.nz for details on how to pay and register online.

For more details visit the City Presbyterian Church website or email tscott@citypres.org.nz.

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