To assist scholars new to the Torrance tradition, the website now offers in web format Elmer Colyer's Reader's Guide to the works of T. F. Torrance. It is reposted here with the kind permission of Participatio.
"Jesus Christ is not content once to have died for us and to have taken our place on the Cross. He insists on lodging permanently within us, within each of us, and within us as a Church."
These words of T.F. Torrance have struck me as I meditate on a sermon I have to preach in a few weeks on Galatians 2:20...."
Read the rest of the President's letter...
We are pleased to announce that the T. F. Torrance Theological Fellowship Annual Lecture in 2017 will be given by Jason Radcliff, Ph. D. (The University of Edinburgh), on "The Patristic Foundations of the Reformed-Orthodox Ecumenical Dialogue."
CREATION & NEW CREATION
Jesus in incarnation and resurrection
Firbush Point Field Centre, Loch Tay, 14-16 June 2017
4.30 pm Wednesday - 2.00 pm Friday
Rev Prof Trevor Hart, "Creation, Eucharist and New Creation"
Rev David Torrance, "New Creation: Romans 8; 2 Corinthians 5"
Dr David Thistlethwaite, "Beauty in Creation and Faith"
Dr Robert Walker, "Creation and New Creation in T.F. Torrance"
Prof Thomas Noble, "Christ and Human Response"
We are pleased to announce the 2016 issue of Participatio, with a feature article by W. Travis McMaken: "ACTUALISM, DUALISM, AND ONTO-RELATIONS: Interrogating Torrance's Criticism of Barth's Doctrine of Baptism."
Audio and Video Recordings of T.F. Torrance Theological Fellowship Annual Meetings are now available at:
Including the 2016 Annual Meeting:
T&T Clark are reprinting the best of their back catalogue and publishing them in a Cornerstones series, with critical introductions added to each. Paul Molnar is doing the intro to T.F. Torrance's Christian Doctrine of God and Myk Habets is doing the intro to his The Trinitarian Faith. Go to T&T Clark
We are pleased to announce that our guest speaker for our annual lecture series will be Prof. Alister McGrath. He will deliver a paper titled: “A Manifesto for Intellectual Engagement: Reflections on Thomas F. Torrance's Theological Science (1969).”