Category Archives: Conferences

Summer 2016 Update

This past July we held our third annual Lesslie Newbigin Summer Institute at Cambridge University. 40 people gathering to punt the Cam, enjoy an afternoon Pimm’s Cup, and dive deep into the legacy of Lesslie Newbigin. The topic was “The Adventure of Knowing,” an exploration of the question, “how do we really know the gospel […]

Lesslie Newbigin Summer Institute 2016

THE ADVENTURE OF KNOWING The Newbigin House of Studies is excited to host the third Lesslie Newbigin Summer Institute this July in Cambridge.  This year our theme is ‘The Adventure of Knowing.’ What does it mean to say that we know something? For ‘facts’ we can use shared assumptions about evidence, logic, and deduction. But what about […]

Lesslie Newbigin Summer Institute 2015 Archive

“The Gospel as Public Truth” 13-16 July 2015 | Trinity Hall, Cambridge University Speakers Dr Richard Mouw Dr Richard Mouw is a philosopher, scholar, and author. He served as the president of Fuller Seminary for two decades and is the author of 19 books. His newest book is Called to the Life of the Mind: Some Advice for Evangelical Scholars. Dr. Mouw is […]

Church in the 21st Century

Rev. Dr. Scot Sherman contributed to a consultation on “Church in the 21st Century” hosted at Grace Cathedral this February.  This event was a wonderful opportunity to network with local leaders and share best practices for church planting and revitalization. We asked The Rev. Julia McCray-Goldsmith of the Episcopal Diocese of California for a few thoughts […]