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What is the

God & Sex Forum?

The annual God & Sex Forum helps clarify the historic view of Christianity on sex and sexually related topics. Our over-sexualized culture has made it difficult to understand God’s original design for sex according to the Bible. Join us at this event to hear a speaker lecture on topics related to sexual ethics. Also have your questions answered by a panel of people from our local community who all share a common Christian perspective.

2019 Forum Details

 

Thursday, April 11  •  7-9pm

UNCG Campus  •  Sullivan 101

Keynote Speaker followed by a Discussion Panel

 

Lecture Topic:

Becoming Someone Real Again:

The Imago Dei in a World of Transgender Chaos

We live amidst an age of tremendous confusion— confusion about the most basic questions of life. Who am I? What am I? What defines my existence?  Am I more than a soup of chemicals wrapped up in a sack of skin, and the dancing of my genes? In this lecture, Dr. Stewart will explore these and other questions from the perspective of man made in the image of God. Here is the only foundation on which to build a cohesive understanding of the identity, dignity, responsibility, and glory of human beings. Although this image has been shattered by sin, Christ alone can put the pieces back together again.

Speaker:

Dr. Neil C. Stewart

Neil C. Stewart, is the pastor of Christ Covenant Church (ARP) in Greensboro, North Carolina. He has also pastored congregations of the Presbyterian Church in America both in Savannah, Georgia, and rural Mississippi. Neil holds a Master of Divinity from Reformed Theological Seminary. He and his wife, Catherine, grew up in Northern Ireland, and have six children.

Before moving to America in 1999, Neil worked as a pediatrician at the Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children. He studied medicine at the Queens University of Belfast (1990-1995), and was elected a member of the pediatric branch of the Royal College of Physicians in 1998.

Neil has addressed numerous conferences throughout the United States and Canada, most recently The Reformation Worship Conference in Powder Springs, Atlanta. One of his papers from that conference appears in Dr. David Hall’s recent book, On Reforming Worship. He also writes for Tabletalk magazine and their website.

Speaker:

Dr. Neil C. Stewart

Neil C. Stewart, is the pastor of Christ Covenant Church (ARP) in Greensboro, North Carolina. He has also pastored congregations of the Presbyterian Church in America both in Savannah, Georgia, and rural Mississippi. Neil holds a Master of Divinity from Reformed Theological Seminary. He and his wife, Catherine, grew up in Northern Ireland, and have six children.

Before moving to America in 1999, Neil worked as a pediatrician at the Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children. He studied medicine at the Queens University of Belfast (1990-1995), and was elected a member of the pediatric branch of the Royal College of Physicians in 1998.

Neil has addressed numerous conferences throughout the United States and Canada, most recently The Reformation Worship Conference in Powder Springs, Atlanta. One of his papers from that conference appears in Dr. David Hall’s recent book, On Reforming Worship. He also writes for Tabletalk magazine and their website.

Discussion Panel:

  • Dr. Neil Stewart

  • Logan Thomas: UNCG Student, Former Interim Youth Pastor

  • Cameron Hodge: Small Business Owner and Christian Apologist

  • Nick Lindsay: Panel Moderator

Parking & Event Location

 

Sullivan Science Building

God & Sex Forum Location:

Sullivan Science Building: Room 101

McIver Street Parking Deck

$2 first hour and $1 for each consecutive hour. $10 day/entry maximum. All decks accept cash, Visa, and Mastercard at Exit Express machines

*You may also park off campus in the Tate Street area.

Fulton Street Hours

Monday: 1:00pm - 5:00pm

Tuesday: 12:00pm - 8:00pm

Wednesday: 10:00am - 5:00pm

Thursday: 12:00pm - 8:00pm

Friday: 10:00am - 3:00pm

Saturday & Sunday: Closed

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