2017 marks the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation - a seismic and defining moment in the history of the Christian church.
We are delighted to welcome Professor Mark Noll (Regent College, Vancouver) to Queen's for two nights.
On Monday 6th February, Prof. Noll will speak on Sola Scriptura, its influence, and its critics.
On Tuesday 7th February, Mark will be joined by forem Principal of Maynooth College, and current Catholic Bishop of Limerick, Brendan Leahy, for further discussion and debate.
Both events will take place in the stunning surrounds of the Isdell Courtyard at QUB's Riddel Hall.
Car parking is available on site.
In 2005, Mark Noll was named as one of the 25 most influential evangelicals in America by Time magazine. Recently retired from the chair as Francis A. McAnaney Professor of History at Notre Dame, Mark is recognised as a leading authority on the history of Christianity in North America, and received the National Academy of Humanities medal from the White House in 2006. He now sits on the research faculty of Regent College, Vancouver.
We anticipate heavy demand for these two events, and would encourage attendees to reserve their place as soon as possible. Please note we have limited the number of tickets to two tickets per person.
Once full, we will also maintain a reserve list to transfer returned tickets. (This option will become available as events become full).