Theology on Tap - March 28 - What's Next? Respawning. Resuscitation. Reabsorption. Reincarnation. Resurrection.

with Bo Sanders, Professor of Theology, George Fox Seminary, Tuesday, March 28, from 7:00-8:45pm at Heathen Brewing Feral Public House. 

Update 03.20.2017 - The event is filled to capacity, but life always happens and there are always a few who have to cancel. To get on the wait list, please email Pr. Peter. He will contact you as seats become available.

Topic
What's Next? Respawning. Resuscitation. Reabsorption. Reincarnation. Resurrection.

Guest Presenter
Bo Sanders, Assistant Professor of Theology, Portland Seminary
formerly known as George Fox Seminary
Now on the faculty of Portland Seminary, Bo is concurrently a PhD. doctoral candidate in practical theology: religious education at Claremont School of Theology, Claremont, CA. Bo formerly served as co-pastor of Loft LA, a venture that uses an interactive and immersive model of music, media and conversation to impact the spiritually hungry and unchurched of West Los Angeles.


Synopsis
There are a lot of ways that both religious and non-religious people characterize what happens after death. Hindus think about it differently than do Christians; Buddhists differently than Muslims; Jews differently than Mormons. We'll be exploring the various ideas about "afterlife" and even wonder about their hybrid merging within popular culture. As we approach Easter, we will ponder what the women saw and heard at the empty tomb and consider why the early creeds of the Church insisted on describing the experience as "resurrection."

Location
Heathen Brewing Feral Public House, 1109 Washington Street, Vancouver, WA
We have the private meeitng room reserved in the back of the pub. Early birds may arrive anytime beforehand for dinner service. Click here for the menu.

Preparatory Homework
Pr. Peter and Intern Pastor Mary will send the links to preparatory homework in a separate email to the address you use to register. These links will go out 7 days or so in advance of the event. Please share the links with every person for whom you have registered.

New Cover Charge $ Amount
Yes, it's true. We lifted the per person cover charge to $2/event. Room rentals are rising everywhere. We also use the cover charge to pay our guest speakers a small honorarium and cover their food and beverages. Thank you for your understanding.

We hope to see you at this pre-Easter iteration of Theology on Tap.

Beers and Blessings to you,

Team TOT - Pr. Peter and Intern Pr. Mary


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