Mental Health & The Gospel

By / Aug 26

Christians and non-Christians need help with their mental health. This event aims to provide biblically rooted and culturally relevant teaching on how to approach mental health and the gospel of Jesus Christ. We will ask the speakers to especially speak to how those who work in industries focused on helping others. (Medical professionals, people in ministry, etc.)

Join us in-person or online. Register here.



Sexuality, Identity, and the Bible: My Train Wreck Conversion by Dr. Rosaria Butterfield

By / May 13

Dr. Rosaria Butterfield, former tenured professor of English at Syracuse University and author of The Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert, will present “Sexuality, Identity, and the Bible: My Train Wreck Conversion.” 

Event can be streamed online via Livestream starting at 7 PM.

This evening’s event will be signed by a professional ASL interpreter.

Visit the Boice Center for more details about our lecture series.



Inerrancy & Apologetics

By / May 13

Dr. Scott Oliphint, professor of Apologetics and Systematic Theology at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia and author of The Battle Belongs to the Lord: The Power of Scripture for Defending Our Faith, will present “Inerrancy and Apologetics.”

Event can be streamed online via Livestream starting at 7 PM.

Visit the Boice Center for more information about what we do.



Inerrancy & Church History (100-1800 AD)

By / May 13

Dr. Carl Trueman pastors at Cornerstone OPC in Ambler, PA. He is professor of Church History at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia  and has written Creedal Imperative, Histories and Fallacies: Problems Faced in the Writing of Church History and Reformation: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow. He is presenting “Inerrancy, Scripture, and the Church from Ignatius to the Reformation.”

Event can be streamed online via Livestream starting at 7 PM.

Visit the Boice Center for more information about what we do.



Inerrancy: Adam & the Gospel

By / May 13

Dr. Richard Gaffin, Professor Emeritus at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia and author of By Faith Not by Sight: Paul and the Order of Salvation, will present  “Inerrancy: Adam & the Gospel.”

Event can be streamed online via Livestream starting at 7 PM.

Visit the Boice Center for more information about what we do.



“Hear, O Israel”: How Digital Media Make Us Inattentive

By / May 13

Join us for a lecture from Dr. T. David Gordon, professor of religion and Greek at Grove City College: "Hear, O Israel": How Digital Media Make Us Inattentive. This 45 minute lecture will be followed by a brief Q&A time.



True Paradox: How Christianity Makes Sense of Our Complex World

By / May 13

Join us for a lecture and conversaiton with author David Skeel.Often quoted in the national press, David Skeel specializes in bankruptcy, corporate law, and questions of religion and law. He is the Bruce W. Nichols Visiting Professor of Law at Harvard Law School and the S. Samuel Arsht Professor of Corporate Law at the University of Pennsylvania Law School.

"Complexity is widely viewed as an embarrassment for Christianity. How can a faith whose origins date back thousands of years possibly speak to a world as complex as we now know the world to be? This often is the first question I get from friends who are intrigued by my faith but doubt the plausibility of Christianity . . . ."



Equip Luncheon

By / May 13

 

Please join us for our next EQUIP luncheons!

 

TODAY'S TOPIC: Tenth’s Disability Ministry

WHEN: Following the 11:00 service

WHERE:  Large conference room in 1710 Spruce Street

Lunch will be provided both Sundays.



Equip Luncheon

By / May 13

 

Please join us for our next EQUIP luncheons!

 

March 6:  How to Read the Bible with a Friend

March 13: Tenth’s Disability Ministry

WHEN: Following the 11:00 service

WHERE:  Large conference room in 1710 Spruce Street

Lunch will be provided both Sundays.



Equip Lecture: Dr. Michael Reeves – Oxford, England

By / May 13

 

Do We Worship the Same God?

The Trinity and the Shape of the Good News

 

We are all created in the image of God for worship. And while every image bearer worships, our worship is not the same.

As Christians, it is important to know what we share with individuals of other faiths and to know how and why we disagree.

Join us in the Tenth's sanctuary on Saturday, February 27, from 7:00 to 9:00 PM, for an Equip Lecture by Dr. Michael Reeves, hosted by The Boice Center.

Dr. Reeves is president of Union School of Theology, Oxford, England, where he trains church leaders for gospel ministry.

Following a Questions & Answers session, please join us for refreshments in Reception Hall.