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Dr. Kapic's lecture is entitled "Defiant Hope: Christian Lament Amidst Pain and Suffering." Our inaugural Resurrection Lecture Series explores the hope we have in the resurrection of Christ and the promise of our own resurrected bodies.
Please RSVP below to participate in this event. Professional childcare (ages 0-10) is available by reservation.
"Elegant and accessible, Kelly Kapic's personal and probing book Embodied Hope gives a theological exploration of suffering that stands apart from other books" (J. Todd Billings, author of Rejoicing in Lament).
"I am all too familiar with the topic of this book, having lived as a quadriplegic for nearly fifty years and dealing daily with chronic pain. So I'm always heartened when I stumble upon a rich new resource that really encourages" (Joni Eareckson Tada, founder and CEO, Joni and Friends International Disability Center).
Kelly M. Kapic is Professor of Theological Studies at Covenant College where he has taught since 2001. With a PhD in Systematic and Historical Theology from King’s College University of London, Kapic has written or edited over twelve books, including the recent volume Embodied Hope: A Theological Meditation on Pain and Suffering, which won the Christianity Today book of the year award in the area of Theology and Ethics and World Magazine’s Short List award for Accessible Theology Book of the year. In 2014 Kapic received a Templeton Grant to be part of The Center for Christian Thought studying the topic of Psychology and Spiritual Formation. Currently he also serves as part of the Core Research Team for the Templeton funded Project Amazing Grace.
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Sunday, May 195:30 p.m. ‐ 8 p.m.
Christ Church Fellowship Hall