The Reverend Dr. Stephen H. Tyng
Annual Memorial Lectures
The Annual Stephen Tyng Lectures take place once a year and are a series of lectures where we invite an expert to speak on a specific theological subject. Calvary-St. George's seeks to celebrate the great doctrinal truths of the Protestant Reformation through this new lecture series. The hope is to revive the great Protestant tradition of St. George's and the Episcopal Church through theological and historical engagement.
In Honor of The Reverend Dr. Stephen H. Tyng
The Reverend Dr. Stephen H. Tyng was the rector of St. George's Church from 1845-1878. During that time, with his emphasis on Salvation by God's Grace through Christ's Blood, he was instrumental in the conversion J.P. Morgan to the Christian Faith. Tyng was known as one of the great Evangelical and protestant preachers of New York City. He was author of a number of publication and was instrumental in strengthening the Protestant Theology and Spirit of the Episcopal Church through such important organizations as the Evangelical Knowledge Society, The American Church Missionary Movement and the Protestant Churchman.
2017: Focus on The Reformation
This year, in honor of the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, we've invited Kevin J. Vanhoozer to deliver lectures focused on the Five Solas.
$15 early bird . $20 at the door
October 20, 2017 - St. George's Church at 7 Rutherford Place
6:30 PM Registration
7:00 PM Lecture: "Mere Protestant Christianity: The Comic Possibility of the Reformation" Dr. Kevin J. Vanhoozer
8:00 pm "Music of and Inspired By The Reformation" the Calvary-St. George's Choir, Organ, Brass, and Percussion
October 21, 2017- St. George's Church at 7 Rutherford Place
9:30 AM Coffee
10:00 AM Lecture: "Why the Reformation (and sola Scriptura) Still Matters: The Church as Creature of the Word" Dr. Kevin J. Vanhoozer
10:45 AM Q&A with Dr. Kevin J. Vanhoozer
11:30 AM Bratwurst Lunch provided by The Pixie & The Scout
Speaker Kevin J. Vanhoozer
Kevin J. Vanhoozer (Ph.D., Cambridge University) is currently Research Professor of Systematic Theology at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. Previously he was Blanchard Professor of Theology at the Wheaton College Graduate School and Senior Lecturer in Theology and Religious Studies at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland (1990-98).
He is the author or editor of twenty books, including The Drama of Doctrine: A Canonical-Linguistic Approach to Christian Theology (Westminster John Knox, 2005 - named best theology book of 2006 by Christianity Today) and Remythologizing Theology: Divine Action, Passion, and Authorship (Cambridge University Press, 2010).