Kurt Hendel – 2017 Chi Rho Speaker – October 26 – 29

KURT K. HENDEL
Bernard, Fischer, Westberg Distinguished Ministry Professor of Reformation History
Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago

Dr. Kurt Hendel of the Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago will be the 2017 Chi Rho speaker.  A renowned reformation scholar, Dr. Hendel will provide prospective on this 500th anniversary of the Lutheran Reformation. In cooperation with the 500th Reformation commemoration in Corvallis, Dr. Hendel will be giving two presentations there before coming to Eugene.  See his schedule below:

At Grace Lutheran Church, Corvallis:

Martin Luther – Man, Monk, Scholar, Transformer
Thursday, October 26, 4:00-5:30 pm
Grace Lutheran Church, corner of Kings and Harrison, Corvallis
A Community Conversation with Dr. Kurt Hendel
Friday, October 27, 9:30-11:00 am
Grace Lutheran Church, corner of Kings and Harrison, Corvallis


At Central Lutheran Church, Eugene:

Spiritual Reform – Martin Luther: Person of Faith Friday, Oct. 27, 7:30 pm
Central Lutheran Church, 1857 Potter Street, Eugene


At Northwest Christian University, Eugene:

Ethical Reform – Martin Luther: Faith Active in Love
Saturday, Oct. 28, 9:30 am–12:30 pm
Northwest Christian University, Library, Rm 203, 1188 Kincaid, Eugene


At Central Lutheran Church, Eugene:

Theological Reform – Martin Luther: The Hidden and Revealed God
and the Church’s Mission

Saturday, Oct. 28, 7:30 pm
Luther on Marriage and Family
Sunday, Oct. 29, 9:45 am
Central Lutheran Church, Adult Education hour

 

You can download a pdf copy of our poster for distribution display.

You can download a copy of a Sunday Bulletin announcement here.

 

 

Previous Chi Rho Speakers

Chi Rho Lecture Series – Speakers 

2015 – David Ford, Daring Spirit, The Gospel of John for the 21st Century

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Listen to David Ford’s lectures from 2015.

 

2014 – Jack Levison, The Holy Spirit You Never Knew
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Listen to Jack Levison’s lectures from 2014.

 

 2012 – Steve Delamarter, The Word Became Flesh and the Flesh Became Word: How Manuscripts Shaped Culture and Culture Shaped Manuscripts

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2011 – Gordon Lathrop, The Four Beasts on Sunday: New Testament Gospels and Christian Worship
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2009 – Amy-Jill Levine, Jesus Between Jews and Christians
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2008 – Carol Newson, Good and Evil: Making Sense of a Senseless World
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 2007 – Mary Jane Haemig, Teaching the Faith in the American West

 2006 – Daniel Falk, Says Who? The Words of God and Human Words
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 2005 – Ched Myers, The Biblical Vision of Sabbath Economics
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 2004 – Luke Timothy Johnson, Paul the Apostle: Liberator or Oppressor
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 2003 – Marva Dawn, Revelation & the Revelation: Being Christian in Crisis Times

2002 – Pheme Perkins, Raising the Dead: Why Does Easter Matter?

 2001 – Walter Wink, Becoming Human: The Enigma of the Son of Man

 2000 – Marcus Borg, Re-Visioning Christianity: History, Metaphor and Sacrament

 1999 – Walter Burghardt, Christians in a New Millennium

 1998 – Charles Strozier, Christian Fundamentalism and the Apocalyptic in the 1990s

 1997 – Sandra Schneiders, Sacred Scripture and Christian Spirituality

 1996 – James Charlesworth, Jesus and the Dead Sea Scrolls

 1995 – Dorothee Solle, After the Shoah

 1994 – Phyllis Trible, A Feminist Reads the Bible

 1993 – Brian Wren, Reforming Faith: A Poet’s Exploration

 1992 – Heiko Oberman, The Relevance of the Reformation: The Gospel for Modern Times

 1991 – Raymond Brown, The Passion and Death of Jesus: Issues Historical and Theological

 1990 – Leander Keck, Jesus and Salvation

 1989 – Fred Craddock, Jesus and the Search to Know God

 1988 – Martin Marty, Religious Extremes: Killing and Giving Life

 1987 – Walter Wangerin, A Word to the Bewildered

 1986 – Walter Brueggemann, Coventanting: Speech with Heaven Obedience on Earth

 1985 – Kevin Seasoltz and Don Saliers, Worship Renewal: Symbol and Song

 1984 – Justo Gonzalez and Catherine Gonzalez, Signs of Our Theological Times

 1983 – George Lindbeck and Harry McSorley, Luther in the 20th Century

1982 – Sister Jose Hobday, Full Living Now

1981 – Elizabeth Bettenhausen, Old Creation / New Creation

1980 – George Forell, The Augsburg Confession

1979 – Krister Stendahl, The Church: God’s Laboratory

1978 – Edna & Howard Hong, An Inland Journey: A Pilgrimage of Possibilities of Human Existence

1977 – Joseph Sittler, The Christian Faith & Three Contemporary Issues

1976 – Edmund Stiemle, The Bible as Story and Our Stories

1976 – Martin Marty, Bi-Centennial Celebration (not Chi Rho)

1975 – James Burtness, Understanding the Holy Spirit

1974 – Robert Bertram, Such Authority to Men: A look at the Gospel of Matthew

1973 – James Kallas, Evenings with the Evangelists

1972 – Hagan Staack, An Old Bible for New Man

1971 – William Lazareth, A Theology of Ecology

1970 – George Forell, Christianity in a Pluralistic World