2008: Publicity for LDS / Evangelical Dialog at Mariners Church August 24

This post is the text of a flyer that I created to publicize the Evangelical / Latter-day Saint dialog being held at Mariners Church in Irvine on August 24, 2008 at 7PM. Latter-day Saints and Evangelicals in the Los Angeles / Orange County Area will want to attend this ground-breaking event.

Thanks much,
Steve St.Clair

LDS Public Affairs of Orange County
Mariners Church

Invite your attendance at what may be the largest meeting of Latter-day Saints andEvangelicals since the Evening of Friendship in the Salt Lake Tabernacle in 2004.
Conversation: A Mormon / Evangelical Dialog

Sunday, August 24, 2008,7 pm
Mariners Church Worship Center

5001 Newport Coast Drive
Irvine, CA 92603
at the corner of Newport Coast Dr.and Bonita Canyon Dr. in Irvine

In this conversation moderated by Craig Hazen, Director of the Christian ApologeticsProgram at Biola University, four scholars from these two distinct faith communities willdiscuss who Jesus really is and dialogue about the essentials of salvation. Q&A to follow.You may email questions ahead of time to bfullmer@marinerschurch.org

Guest speakers include:

Dr. Dennis Okholm, professor of theology and philosophy at Azusa PacificUniversity and pastor at St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, NewportBeach

Pastor Greg Johnson, founder and President of Standing TogetherMinistry, an organization dedicated to building ties between Mormonsand Evangelical Christians

Dr. Robert Millet, professor of religious understanding at BrighamYoung University and author of more than 50 books

Dr. Spencer Fluhman, professor of church history at Brigham YoungUniversity and a specialist in the negative stereotypes of the Latter-daySaints during their first century

For more info, please contact Brooke, 949.854.7030, x334;e-mail bfullmer@marinerschurch.org


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One response to “2008: Publicity for LDS / Evangelical Dialog at Mariners Church August 24

  1. The event really isn’t that “ground breaking” when you consider they’ve been doing these dialogs for at least the better part of a decade. And it isn’t the first time they’ve done it at Mariners Church either.

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