Walking in your Messy-anic identity
The 2018 Visiting Scholar Symposium is an onground only event held at the Messianic Studies Institute (4950 Morse Road, Columbus, Ohio 43230) starting Friday, May 4th at 7:00 pm and ending Sunday, May 6th at 2:00 pm.
What does 1 Cor 7:17–24 say about the differences between Jewish and Gentile callings in Messiah? I thought we were 'one new man'? Does my ethnicity mean anything any longer in Messiah? Well, let's just say that forgetting Paul's rule created a mess in Messianic Jewish and Gentile identity. Yet it was God's goal for every tribe, tongue, people, and ethnicity to rejoice with His people Israel. Come and learn how to walk in your 'Messy-anic' identity in light of a deeper understanding of Scripture. You'll not want to miss this rare opportunity to study at the feet of the sages May 4–6 at MSI, YOUR Center for Lifelong Learning!
Friday Night (May 4th) 7:00–9:15 pm Free Community Event & Meet and Greet
Saturday (May 5th) 10:30–6:30 pm Educational Sessions & Interactive Discussions
May 4, 5, 6
Brian (PhD University of Wales) is Professor of NT at Moody Theological Seminary. His primary studies have been on social identity and how it relates to our relationship with Messiah. Recent works of his include publishing The T&T Clark Handbook to Social Identity in the New Testament. His current role at Moody Theological Seminary is the program head for the Master of Divinity, as well as the Professor of New Testament. He is an active member of many groups, including: Honorary Research Fellow, University of Wales, Trinity Saint David, Society of Biblical Literature, Chicago Society of Biblical Research, Institute for Biblical Research, and Evangelical Theological Society.