The City of God Rediscovered
A Symposium in honor of Thomas C. Oden
November 9-10, 2018 | New York City, New York
The Institute of Classical Christian Studies, The Center for Early African Christianity, and the Oden House.
What is the Oden Symposium?
Thomas C. Oden was a remarkable scholar and teacher whose long and varied life touched many areas of theology and spirituality. He made lasting contributions to Christian theology and World Christianity. Tom’s self-described mission was, in his words, “to begin to prepare the postmodern Christian community for its third millennium by returning again to the careful study and respectful following of the central tradition of classical Christianity.”
In his honor, the Center for Early African Christianity and Institute of Classical Christianity Studies will host a symposium commemorating Tom's legacy on Friday and Saturday, November 9-10, 2018. The Rediscovery of the City of God: A Symposium in Honor of Thomas C. Oden. In this two-day symposium scholars, pastors, international church leaders will explore the following themes in relation to Thomas Oden’s legacy: Classical Christianity, Ancient Christianity, spiritual renewal, and building bridges within the historic communities of faith. You are cordially invited to attend.
Robert P. George, Princeton University
Christopher Hall, Renovare Institute
Lamin Sanneh, Yale University
David Wilhite, Baylor University
The Yale Club of New York City
50 Vanderbilt Avenue, New York, NY 10017 yaleclubnyc.org
Central Presbyterian Church
593 Park Ave New York, NY 10065 www.centralchurchnyc.org
Thomas C. Oden (1931-2016) was arguably one of America’s most important Christian theologians over the last 50 years.