CTF is a broad-based gathering of people exploring Christian Theology and how it applies today
Mel Gibson out! What's in?
Dr Kieran O'Mahony
Saturday 31st October, 2015
Kieran will address the thinking on Salvation today;
a challenge to the theories of substitutionary atonement, vicarious satisfaction.
Mel Gibson's gruesome film "The Passion of the Christ",
a false portrayal of the biblical story,
a mistaken interpretation of the theology of salvation?
Kieran addressed the inaugural meeting of CTF,
which was titled "Discerning the Times", in 2004.
The topic he took at that event was "Reading St Paul for the Twenty First Century".
On this occasion he goes a step further.
Kieran is a biblical scholar.
He lectured in scripture at the Milltown Institute, Dublin and was associate professor
and head of the Department of Scripture.
His main research interest is St. Paul.
Presently he works for Dublin diocese as coordinator of biblical studies.
We are very pleased to welcome Kieran to addres a CTF Event again.
Sacred Heart Hall,
Saturday 31st, October 2015
9.30 Registration, 10.00 Introduction and Talk by Dr O'Mahony 11.00 Coffee 11.30 Second talk. 12.00 Open Forum, 12.45 Departure
For a fuller report on this event click on Salvation Today
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CTF Committee '12 -'15
Mary Coakley , Anne Francis, Geraldine Gracie, Derek Johnston,
Aidán O'Sé, Tom Riordan, John Scanlan, Deirdre Tuohy, Gerry Tuohy .