Westminster Seminars

Event details

  • Sunday | October 24, 2021
  • 09:45 AM - 10:30 AM
  • Galbreath Chapel and via Zoom
  • 412-835-6630

The Westminster Seminars address, in various ways, how our beliefs and practices as Christians enrich our lives in today’s culture. Everyone is welcome – come every week or whenever the topic appeals and your schedule allows. If you can’t join in person or on Zoom, plan to watch or listen later on the Westminster website – under News & Media – here: https://www.westminster-church.org/news-&-media/westminster-seminars.

Join Zoom Meeting
The Zoom meeting opens at 9:30 for greetings and conversation.
Meeting ID: 874 8815 1092
Passcode: 737182

October Series

October 10 - 31

Thoughts on God as Trinity

James E. Davison

What’s the Trinity mean to you? For you? This most significant doctrine of our faith is often misunderstood, and it can easily leave us mystified. In these four sessions, we’ll engage this mystery of God’s nature as three-in-one. Come with your own thoughts and questions, and see how focusing on the triune reality of God can help deepen our faith, our relationships, and our approach to life in this world!

October 10 - The Mystery of Mysteries
October 17 - Enigmas and Issues: The Oneness of the Three
October 24 - “Specialties”: The Threeness of the One
October 31 - The Trinity in Our Lives and Our Faith

Dr. James E. Davison is well known to many of us at Westminster. He served here as Minister of Education from 1984 to 2001, before moving to Pittsburgh Theological Seminary as Director of Continuing Education and Instructor in New Testament Greek. Earlier, Jim taught religion and philosophy at Sterling College in Kansas. He is a graduate of Westminster College, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, the Free University of Amsterdam, and the University of Iowa. He has written a number of books and articles for pastors and laypersons, including the congregational program “The Year of the Bible,” which he developed here at Westminster. Jim and his wife, Reeny, have three sons and six grandchildren.

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