About Dr. Chris Armstrong
Dr. Christopher Armstrong of Wheaton College presents the first of 2016's Faith Talks, Medieval Wisdom: Faith and Reason. Christ-followers today tend to separate these two things. Chris Armstrong explores how medieval theology used reason to understand important matters of faith, while protecting their essential mystery.
Dr. Armstrong directs Opus: The Art of Work at Wheaton College, where he also serves on the biblical and theological studies faculty. He holds a doctorate in church history and taught for ten years in higher education.
Chris worked for eight years in business communications and journalism before returning to academia, sparking a personal interest in what his marketplace experience had been “for.”
Chris believes nothing is wasted in the vocational life of a Christian. As founding director of the Bethel Seminary (St Paul) Work with Purpose initiative during 2012-2013, Chris’s old life caught up with his new one, and he worked to bring pastors-in-training to an awareness of the disconnect many Christians experience between faith and marketplace work, and of the kingdom value of ordinary work.
Chris has written Patron Saints for Postmoderns (IVP, 2009) and Medieval Wisdom: Finding Authentic Faith in a Forgotten Age with C. S. Lewis (Baker Academic, May 2016). He is senior editor of Christian History magazine and founding senior editor of the Patheos Faith and Work channel. He blogs at gratefultothedead.wordpress.com.
Speaker: Dr. Chris Armstrong
Chapel Date: Wednesday October 12, 2016
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