Justification

Join me and the Modern Reformation team for an MR Weekend. This new weekend experience is sure to be an unforgettable and invaluable opportunity for friends of Modern Reformation to delve deeply into the topic of Justification.

Registered participants will receive their own copy of my new two-volume work on justification, along with a supplemental reader, which will form the basis for two plenary lectures and four small-group seminars led by Modern Reformation editors. Our guests will spend the weekend listening to stimulating lectures and engaging in lively conversation, challenging them to grow in their understanding of the doctrine of justification, and encouraging them to live in the light of what God has done for them in Christ.

In Christ,

Michael Horton
Founder and Editor-in-Chief

In lectures and small group seminars, participants will read and interact with important texts.

In addition to reading key sections of Michael Horton’s monumental two-volume work, Justification, participants will receive the following supplemental readings upon registration.
1. Origen, Augustine, and Chrysostom on Romans 3:9-4:25
2. Thomas Aquinas, “On The Effects of Grace,” Summa Theologica
3. Martin Luther’s Commentary on Galatians (Galatians 3)
4. N. T. Wright’s “New Perspectives on Paul”

Tuition: $649 per participant (pay in advance discount $599)
Limited Seating: 60 participants so people will be able to get to know each other.

Schedule

Friday
6:00 pm Cocktail Reception
7:00 pm Dinner and Lecture by Michael Horton: Why Did the Reformation Happen?

Saturday
8:00 am Continental Breakfast
9:00 am – 5:00 pm Small Group Seminars
• 12-15 participants per group
• Four seminars total
• Will break for lunch (on your own) and between each seminar
Seminar 1: Justification in the Early Church
Seminar 2: Justification in the Medieval Period
Seminar 3: Justification and the Reformation
Seminar 4: Modern Challenges to Justification
6:00 pm Cocktail Reception
7:00 pm Dinner and Lecture by Michael Horton:

Engaging
Contemporary Challenges to the Doctrine of Justification

Dress code: Business casual attire for cocktail receptions and dinners. Casual attire for breakfast, lunch, and seminars.

Registration

Choose your preferred location

Queens University - Charlotte, NC

Friday, Nov 6-7, 2020

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San Diego, CA

Friday, Mar 5-6, 2021

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Waco, TX

Friday, Apr 23-24, 2021

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