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e live in a time of moral confusion, a time of frequent conflict and little consensus on what constitutes the good life and what we owe to one another.
Even within the Church, there is division and debate over basic claims of right and wrong. For this reason, Christians need to rediscover the beauty of God’s law and why it is, as the psalmist says, better than "thousands of gold and silver pieces" (Psalm 119:72).
Come and join Christ Church Cathedral on September 12-14, 2023, for an in-depth, theological conference of the meaning of the Ten Commandments and how they inform our Christian life and witness today.
The Rev. Dr. Hans Boersma
St. Benedict Servants of Christ Professor of Ascetical Theology, Nashotah House Theological Seminary
Dr. William Cavanaugh
Professor of Catholic Studies, DePaul University
Dr. Carmen Imes
Associate Professor of Old Testament, Biola University
The Rev. Dr. Peter Leithart
President of Theopolis Institute for Biblical, Liturgical, and Cultural Studies
The Rev. Canon Dr. Jeff Bailey
Canon for Leadership Development in the Diocese of Christ Our Hope
The Rev. Dr. Ryan O’Dowd
Rector of Bread of Life Anglican Church and Senior Fellow at Chesterton House
Dr. Sarah Lebhar Hall
Director of Children’s Ministry at Incarnation Anglican Church and Adjunct Professor of Old Testament at Trinity School for Ministry
The Rev. Dr. Bryan Hollon
Dean President of Trinity School for Ministry
Dr. Vivek Mathew
Executive Director of Chesterton House at Cornell University
The Rev. Dr. Michael Niebauer
Pastor of Incarnation Church and Teaching Fellow at Trinity School for Ministry
Price includes all conference sessions, materials, coffee, snacks, and Wednesday lunch.
Does not include lodging, transportation, and other meals.
his much is certain: those who know the Ten Commandments perfectly know the entire Scriptures and in all affairs and circumstances are able to counsel, help, comfort, judge, and make decisions in both spiritual and temporal matters. They are qualified to be a judge over all doctrines, walks of life, spirits, legal matters, and everything else in the world."
he Ten Commandments are "God's righteous rules for life in his kingdom: basic standards for loving God and my neighbor."
—To Be a Christian, ACNA catechism