Marketplace Theology Course with Paul Williams and Preston Manning

December 20, 2012

Starting on Thursday, January 17, Marketplace Institute Executive Director, Paul Williams, will be teaching a Winter Term course on Marketplace Theology. MI Senior Fellow, Preston Manning, will be co-teaching the course alongside Williams.

The Marketplace Theology course aims to help working professionals inhabit a biblical theological vision for life in the marketplace. It will seek to locate an understanding of ministry in the marketplace within the wider context of God’s mission, and the mission and ministry of the church in the world. The course would be ideal for working professionals hoping to explore in greater depth what it means to integrate their faith with their work, or for those interested in the Reframe project.

You can register for the course at Regent College in the first two weeks of January. For more information on how to register for the course, contact the Registrar’s office at Regent College at [email protected].

About the Regent College Marketplace Institute

The Marketplace Institute (MI) is a theological research and design institute associated with Regent College in Vancouver, Canada. Our vision is for the gospel to be recognized as public truth again. We want to see Christians owning the gospel in all aspects of their lives, and demonstrating its positive impact at all levels of society—individuals, communities, sectors, and the entire marketplace of ideas. Through our research and our grounding in the calibre of theological education found at Regent College, our mission is to provide and embody fresh, reliable, and well-informed expressions of the gospel that reveal its truth, necessity, and relevance to all spheres of public life.