With Professor Jerram Barrs, Director of the Francis Schaeffer Institute
April 3-4, 2009 | McLean, Virginia
Believers face many challenges as we seek to live in obedience to the Lord in our postmodern society, for we ourselves are so shaped by the world around us. In addition to our personal struggle to remain faithful, we also find that there is resistance to our claim to know the truth and to have moral certainty. We will be thinking together about how we hold on to the biblical message ourselves and how we can communicate truth to the people around us.
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About Jerram Barrs:
Jerram Barrs is Professor of Christian Studies and Contemporary Culture and Resident Scholar of Francis A. Schaeffer Institute at Covenant Theological Seminary in Saint Louis. Jerram graduated from the University of Manchester, England, with honors in English language and literature. He has also graduated from Covenant Theological Seminary with the Master of Divinity Degree. He was the co-director of L’Abri Fellowship in England for many years before coming to Saint Louis, and is the author of numerous books including The Heart of Evangelism, Freedom and Discipleship, Who are the Peacemakers?, The Great Rescue and Christian Responsibility in Society. He also co-authored Being Human with Ranald Macaulay. He and his wife, Vicki, have three sons and have made their home in Saint Louis. His latest book, The Heart of Prayer, was recently published by P&R.