Sat, 30 Oct|
Melbourne Reformation Conference
"CONFESSING THE FAITH IN AN AGE OF CONFUSION"
Time & Location
30 Oct 2021, 9:30 am – 12:30 pm AEDT
About the event
Unfortunately, this event will now be held online (tickets will still be necessary). Tickets are now FREE. If you previously purchased a ticket, please expect an email soon regarding your refund.
"It is easy to show that confessions of faith, judiciously drawn, and solemnly adopted by particular churches, are not only invaluable as bonds of union, and fences against error; but that they also serve an important purpose, as accredited manuals of Christian doctrine, well fitted for the instruction of those private members of churches, who have neither leisure nor habits of thinking sufficiently close, to draw from the sacred writings themselves a consistent system of truth. It is of incalculable use to the individual who has but little time for reading, and but little acquaintance with books, to be furnished with a clear and well arranged compend of doctrine, which he is authorized to regard, not as the work of a single, enlightened, and pious divine; but as drawn out and adopted by the collected wisdom of the church to which he belongs. There is often a satisfaction, to plain, unsophisticated minds, not to be described, in going over such a compend, article by article; examining the proofs adduced from the word of God in support of each; and “searching the scriptures daily to see whether these things which it teaches are so or not” (cf. Acts 17:11)."
(Dr. Samuel Miller, The Utility and Importance of Creeds and Confessions)
Plenary 1: A Biblical Case for Creeds and Confessions
This ticket will allow you to join the online conference and participate in the Q&A session.$0.00