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    Spring Theology Conference with Michael Horton Registration Open is sponsoring the Spring Theology Conference with Michael Horton coming up on May 2nd, 2009. It will be hosted by The Reformation Society of Oregon and Estacada Christian Church. If you live in the Northwest, this is the conference to go to this year. Everyone is welcome.

    Gospel Driven: Good News People in a Bad News World.
    This topic will cover the question of whether the gospel is good news or good advice.

    Please download the promotional flyer (.pdf)and the Registration Form (.pdf). There is a $25 fee for early registration and $35 at the door.

    At this event Michael Horton will challenge us to re-orient our faith and practice toward the gospel. In his recent book 'Christless Christianity' Horton argued that much of evangelicalism has given into moralistic and therapeutic sermons rather than pointing to the risen Christ. Now, in anticipation of a follow-up book, Horton points us to the solution: a Christ-centered gospel. Please join us as we spend the day with Horton who calls us back to Christ-honoring worship.

    Posted by John on January 28, 2009 12:08 PM

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