HEADS UP TO ANGLICANS IN SC, GA, NC, FL: Ashley Null Is Speaking in Columbia SC at Trinity Cathedral
I first met Ashley Null in 2005, while preparing for the inaugural Mere Anglicanism event. I knew that he was a scholar—one of the foremost living scholars on Thomas Cranmer—but mainly I came to know him as a wise, strategically thoughtful, brilliantly articulate person who has given me wise counsel and a listening ear. Make certain you check out his bio—I haven’t listed all of his articles and books. But the key things to know about him is that he is wonderfully accessible, faithful to the Gospel, an inspiring teacher, and “a good friend to lay peons.”
For more reasons than I can name, I am amazed that this opportunity to hear Dr. Null is coming to us at Trinity Cathedral, in Columbia, SC; Dr. Null lives in Germany so this is a rare occasion. I can’t imagine a better way to spend a weekend—and it’s but a short drive from Wilmington, NC, Asheville, NC, Charleston, SC, Augusta and Athens, GA, and Jacksonville Florida.
If I were going to name the single person alive today who presents the Gospel most cogently and winsomely from an Anglican perspective, I think it would be Ashley Null.
Event Schedule for Friday & Saturday, October 12 and 13
Friday Morning, October 12
Session for Clergy with Dr. Null: Anglican theology and the early Book of Common Prayer
Friday Evening, October 12
6.00 p.m. Registration
6:30 p.m. Dr. Null: The Gospel of Grace and the Gospel of Performance – Breaking the Crippling False Gospel of Performance in our Lives Today
7:30 p.m. Dinner Hosted by the Men of Trinity
Saturday Morning, October 13
8.30 a.m. Continental Breakfast
9.00 a.m-12.30 p.m. Dr. Null: Renewing the Power to Love – Recapturing Grace as the Foundation of Spiritual Wholeness
To find out more about this event, check out Trinity Cathedral’s website here; though this weekend seminar is being presented by the “Men of Trinity” it’s open to all.
To register for the event, surf right over here.
Ashley Null’s Bio
Ashley Null, Episcopal priest and theologian, a visiting fellow at Cambridge University, visiting research fellow at Humboldt-Universitat in Berlin, and 2006 recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship, received his MDiv from Yale Divinity School and a PhD from Cambridge. His most recent book on Cranmer, Thomas Cranmer’s Doctrine of Repentance—Renewing the Power to Love was published by Oxford University Press.
Ashley also has a long history as a chaplain to elite athletes, serving as a resident Protestant Chaplain in the Olympic Village during the Los Angeles, Athens, and London Games. His experience with athletes led to his writing Real Joy: Freedom to be Your Best.
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