In May 2013, the Ecclesia and Ethics Conference saw more than 200 pastors and theologians from five continents come together for learning and study.
On March 1 and 8, the online-only Ecclesia and Ethics Conference will again bring well-known scholars and theologians together for a conference focused on “Exploring the Ethics and Theology of the Internet from a Biblical Perspective.” The conference is held through webinar sessions and costs just $10 for both days.
The conference includes Michael Bird,
Biblical theologian, author, editor and writer of the popular Evangelion blog. It also features Houston Baptist University chief academic officer and author John Mark N. Reynolds, Ph.D., Pastor Brandon Cox who oversees the popular website and forum Pastors.com as well as many other ’s in the faith and learning community.
The conference is co-sponsored by Corban University and was initially co-founded by Assistant Professor of Bible Allen Jones, Ph.D.
“Corban University is proud to sponsor Ecclesia and Ethics,” said Corban Provost Matt Lucas, D.A. “Our sponsorship aligns with our philosophy of cultural engagement and our belief in the need to address pressing societal issues while listening and responding to a variety of voices and perspectives.”
For more information about Ecclesia and Ethics II: Exploring the Ethics and Theology of the Internet from a Biblical Perspective, click here.