Carl Trueman Lecturing on Luther at SBTS

Excellent news from SBTS: Carl Trueman of Westminster Theological Seminary will deliver the prestigious Gheens Lectures at Southern Seminary next week.  To say I am excited to hear Trueman speak on Luther would be an exercise in understatement.  It gets better, though–Trueman is speaking on Luther as “theological pastor.”  Sounds like some pastor-theologian material to me…

Here’s the official announcement:

Next Tuesday and Wednesday, September 11-12, Dr. Carl Trueman will deliver the Fall 2012 Gheens Lectures in Heritage Hall entitled “We are Beggars: Martin Luther as Theological Pastor.” Dr. Trueman is the Paul Woolley Professor of Church History at Westminster Theological Seminary.

Students who attend will be entered to win an iPad, which will be given away on Wednesday. The more lectures you attend, the greater your chance to win. In addition, the first 100 students to arrive at the 1:00 p.m. lecture on Tuesday (Sep 11) will receive a free copy of Dr. Trueman’s book Historical Fallacies: Problems Faced in the Writing of History.Refreshments from Great Harvest Bread Company will also be served.

Tuesday, September 11
1:00 p.m., Lecture 1:
Theological and Biographical Foundations
2:30 p.m., Lecture 2: The Word in Action
4:00 p.m., Book Signing

Wednesday, September 12
10:00 a.m., Lecture 3:
The Tools of the Trade
11:30 a.m., iPad giveaway (students must be present to win)

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Filed under history, martin luther, pastor-theologian

3 responses to “Carl Trueman Lecturing on Luther at SBTS

  1. Sounds like Trueman has become a Celebrity Pastor at long last… :P

  2. A sign of the times? You have to give away an ipad to get students to come?

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