Friday & Saturday
Ortega Presbyterian Church
The Reformation is well-known as an important movement in the 16th century. However, the importance of being Protestant is not only about yesterday, but today. This conference will explain the history of the Reformation and lead us in a conversation about how we can understand it in the 21st century.
Ryan M. Reeves is Associate Professor of Historical Theology at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, where he also serves as Dean of the Jacksonville campus. Ryan is also an adjunct professor for Reformed Theological Seminary and teaches summers at Campus Crusade (Cru).
Ryan received his PhD from Cambridge University and has two masters from Reformed Theological Seminary. He also was a guest student in theology at the University of Münster and has studied at Notre Dame’s Medieval Institute and the Centro Pro Unione in Rome.
Ryan lives in Jacksonville, Florida with his wife Charlotte and three kids: Zoë, Owen, and Dexter. The kids could care less about academics and prefer ice cream, movies, and daddy being silly. Ryan also has a mild addiction to watching the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Ryan has a series of full courses on YouTube for the public:
Friday, Oct. 6
6:30pm – Doors Open, Registration, Book Table
7:00pm – Session 1, What was Wrong with the Catholic Church?
Saturday, Oct. 7
8:30am – Doors Open, Registration, Coffee, Book Table
9:00am – Session 2, What was Right about the Protestant Church?
10:15am-10:30am – Break, Refreshments, Book Table
10:30am – Session 3, What Tensions Remain in Protestantism?
11:45am-1:00pm – Lunch ($5 Suggested Donation), Book Table
1:00pm – Session 4, The Reformation Today
2:15pm-2:45pm – Session 5, Q & A