Christianity & Culture Conference
Featuring Rev. Dr. David VanDrunen
22-23 August 2014
Hosted by Reformed Church Southern Suburbs (RCSS)
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Struggle to relate your faith to popular culture?
Should we be concerned about an increasingly secularised SA?
Should Scripture inform politics?
Should we Christianise our vocations?
Was the church correct in standing up against apartheid?
What is the mission of the church?
Is all of life worship? – ministry? – sacred?
“The Two Kingdoms: A Biblical Paradigm for Christianity and culture”
Speaker: David VanDrunen
Date: Friday, August 22
Place: St. Thomas’ Hall (off Campground Rd; next to Bishops HS)
“God’s Pilgrims in Contemporary Society”
Speaker: David VanDrunen
Date: Saturday, August 23
Place: 2nd Scout Hall, Rondebosch (6 Lea Road)
David VanDrunen’s other speaking engagements while in South Africa in 2014:
August 13-14 – Seminars at Faculty of Theology, North West University, Potchefstroom
August 17 – Preaching at RCSS morning and evening services
August 19 – Colloquium at Department of Religion, University of Western Cape (13h00)
August 19 – Colloquium at Faculty of Theology, Stellenbosch University (15h00)
August 22 – RCSS conference (see above)
August 23 – RCSS conference (see above)
August 24 – Preaching at RCSS morning and evening services
August 25 – Combined GWC & BISA post-graduate seminar at GWC (14h00)
David VanDrunen bio:
(For sample sermons, essays and interviews by David VanDrunen, go here (and scroll to the bottom of the page.))
Robert B. Strimple Professor of systematic theology and ethics, Westminster Seminary, CA
Ordained minister, Orthodox Presbyterian Church
Doctor of Philosophy, Loyola University in Chicago
Licensed attorney, state of Illinois
Select book titles:
Divine Covenants and Natural Order: A Biblical Theology of Natural Law (Eerdmans, 2014)
Law and the Bible: Justice, Mercy and Legal Institutions (IVP, 2013)
Living in God’s Two Kingdoms: A Biblical Vision for Christianity and Culture (Crossway, 2010)
Natural Law & the Two Kingdoms: A Study in the Development of Reformed Social Thought (Eerdmans, 2009)
Bioethics and the Christian Life: A Guide to Making Difficult Decisions (Crossway, 2009)
** For an attempt to introduce David’s work into the South African context, see Simon Jooste’s PHD thesis from Stellenbosch here.
Contact: Rev. Simon Jooste :: firstname.lastname@example.org :: 083-973-5818