COVID-19: October 10, 2020
Due to government restrictions of the pandemic, the November 21, 2020 event has been postpone until November 13, 2021.
Reformed Baptist COVENANT THEOLOGY
is pastor of l’Église évangélique de St-Jérôme in the province of Quebec, a confessional Reformed Baptist church. He is married to Caroline and is father of two boys and two daughters.
Pascal has completed a bachelor’s and master’s degree in theology at the Faculté de théologie évangélique of Montreal and is the author of Solas: la quintessence de la foi chrétienne, forthcoming from Éditions Cruciformes. He blogs at unherautdansle.net
is a pastor, speaker and blogger. He is the founder of the blog-site leboncombat.fr, dedicated to theology, and of the “formations bibliques #Transmettre”. Guillaume holds two Master of Theology diplomas (M. Div., Th. M., Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary) and is currently pursuing a PhD in Old Testament (Ph.D., University of Aberdeen).
Guillaume Bourin is professor at Sembeq and at l’Institut de Théologie pour la Francophonie (Montreal, Quebec, Canada). He is particularly interested in Old Testament exegesis and intertextuality, biblical theology, and ecclesiology.
Guillaume is the author of the book “I will cleanse you with pure water: Biblical Perspectives on Baptismal Regeneration”.
resides in Mesa, Arizona. He is director of In-Depth Studies which presents theology of the New Covenant Theology (NCT) since 1990. He is an elder at New Covenant Bible Fellowship. Married to Priscilla for 46 years, he is a father of 4 children and 13 grandchildren.
He has the B.A. from Penn State and the M.Div. from Covenant Theological Seminary, He travels extensively in the United States and Europe giving lectures on NCT.
is domiciled in Aylmer, Quebec. He obtained a PhD (Ph.D.) in theology and exegesis in NT under the direction of D. A. Carson at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He has been an elder pastor at the Christian Church of the Plateau (Hull / Gatineau) for over 35 years.
Chair of New Testament Studies at the Toronto Baptist Seminary since 2003, he has also been an Associate Professor at SEMBEQ since 1988 and Visiting Professor at the Geneva Biblical Institute since 2017. He is a lecturer and preacher in Quebec, English Canada, and Europe and author of Survol des Évangiles (Éditions SEMBEQ).
He has been married to Lise for nearly 39 years, and is the father of four grown-up children, and grandfather of five grandchildren.
is the president of SEMBEQ in Montreal and an elder at Eglise du Plateau. After serving as a lead pastor for 15 years, he joined the SEMBEQ team as an executive director and Dean. In May 2016, he became president. He serves also as a board member of SOLA.
He has been married to Nathalie for 25 years and has 2 children: Andrea and Samuel.
is a pastor and planter in the City of Anjou. Having been a pastor at the Church of Rosemont for 35 years and having started the Church of Saint-Léonard with Benoit Constant for 5 years, René and Sharon are now members of the ÉBÉ Renaissance RDP, which oversees the outreach project in Anjou . René is author Introduction to the Theology of the New Covenant (2019).
SATURDAY MORNING NOV. 13, 2021
9:30 – 12:15
In the premises of
l’Église Baptiste Évangélique de Rosemont
3245 Saint-Joseph Blvd East
(corner Saint-Michel Blvd South)
Montreal, Quebec H1Y 2B6
Phone number: 514-577-7074
Free admission (Free will offering for Geoff Volker’s travel expenses).
In French (simultaneous translation in English).
The places are limited. Please use the registration form below.
Welcome to all!
BROADCAST LIVE ONLINE
No registration required.
9:30 – 10:05
Short presentations of two theological perspectives
(8 minutes for each of the four speakers)
10:10 – 10:26
1st Question – Is the cross all-sufficient for salvation?
(4 minutes each)
10:30 – 11:00
Questions and reaction from the audience on this question and on the opening presentations.
11:00 – 11:10
11:14 – 11:30
2nd Question – How are we to understand law on this side of Pentecost?
(4 minutes each)
11:30 – 12:00
Questions and reaction from the audience on this question.
12:00 – 12:15