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"Rhetorical Theology: Exploring Content, Context, and Commitments in Peacemaking" is the title of an invited talk by Christopher House, assistant professor of communication studies, this Friday (4/4) at Princeton Theological Seminary for the Association of Charismatic Theological Students (ACTS).  

 Each year Princeton Theological Seminary holds a symposium that addresses Pentecostal/Charismatic perspectives on various social and theological issues. This year, the theme of the Symposium is entitled, “In the Spirit of Justice: A Conversation on Race, Social Justice and Peacemaking.” In years past, the symposium has addressed such subjects as: sexuality, gender and the human body, and hermeneutics and homiletics. 


Dr. Christopher House, Communication Studies (H&S), invited to speak at Princeton Theological Seminary | 0 Comments |
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