Rev. Dr. Thom Johnson
Adjunct Professor at Claremont School of Theology
September 15–17, 2017
St. Michael’s Anglican Church, Canmore, AB
Reformation and Resistance for Today:
Inspiration from the Reformers, Bonhoeffer, and the Interfaith Movement
At the heart of the Reformation movement was the call to challenge that which needs to be changed for the sake of the gospel of grace and to resist theology, practices and institutions that promote injustice. We were inspired as we explored the question: what does the Reformation mean for us today?
The format for these sessions was fairly interactive. In addition to lecture, participants enjoyed small discussion groups, tested their skill at a Reformation trivia game (prizes from Old Lutheran!), watch videos, and acted in a Luther-Bonhoeffer dialogue skit.
Photo highlights from this retreat