The Reformation always claimed to be, at its heart, a rediscovery of the Gospel. This is an academic conference on the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, for clergy, church leaders and theologians, reflecting on the revolution that Luther started in 1517. This year will hold many opportunities to think about the past, but this conference offers an opportunity to look forward as much as backwards and ask, ‘what does the Reformation have to say to the church today, as it addresses the challenges faced by the continent of Europe in the future?’.
It will be a fascinating and important day for the future of the church. More details will appear here in due course.
Dr Charlotte Methuen – Senior Lecturer in Theology, University of Glasgow
Monsignor Mark Langham – Roman Catholic Chaplain, Fisher House, Cambridge University
Dr Simeon Zahl - Assistant Professor of Systematic Theology, University of Nottingham
Rt Revd Dr Graham Tomlin – Bishop of Kensington, President St Mellitus College
And others including:
Revd Dr Michael Leyden, Dr Hannah Steele, Revd Dr Sean Doherty, Revd Dr Mark Scarlata, Mark Knight, Dr Steve Smith.