In partnership with the Pastors‘ Academy at London Seminary, Keswick Ministries is hosting a Doctrine Study Day, taught by Garry Williams. It will address theological and pastoral questions, including: What place does the law of the Old Testament have in the life of the Christian? Does it bind the believer? How does it relate to the ’law of Christ'? What are the right and wrong ways of reading the law as a Christian? As pastors, how should we preach the law to believers? What place does it have in motivating godly living? How can we rightly identify the dangers of legalism and antinomianism? It will involve the close study of Christian doctrine, blending exegesis, historical, and systematic theology.
The days are open to anyone, but are designed to be easily accessible for busy ministers. They involve no preparatory reading or assessment.
Garry Williams, Lecturer at the London Seminary, serves as the Director of the Pastors' Academy at London Seminary, which provides theological teaching and support for pastors. He is also Visiting Professor of Historical Theology at Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia, and Adjunct Professor of Historical Theology (Doctoral Program) at Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, Grand Rapids. He serves as an ordained minister and elder at ChristChurch, Harpenden. His publications include Silent Witnesses: Lessons on Theology, Life, and the Church from Christians of the Past (Banner of Truth) and His Love Endures Forever: Reflections on the Love of God (IVP/Crossway). He is married to Fiona and they have four children.
Venue and Date:
The Suite, Rawnsley Centre, Keswick, CA12 5NP
10:00am – 4:00pm Tuesday 20th March 2018
The cost for the day will be £32.50. This will include lunch and refreshments throughout the day.
Registration is available below.