2022 Theology Day & General Assembly
This page will contain most, if not all, information related to Theology Day & The General Assembly taking place at Cornerstone Fellowship in Apex, NC on November 8–11. We will also be posting details in our Slack channel as well, but this page will pull all major details together.
Theology Day exists to help nurture theological development for elders within Trinity Fellowship Churches. Each year Theology Day focuses on a different topic. In 2022 the topic is Biblical Justice. The subject of biblical justice is broad, and the goal is not to necessarily reach certain conclusions but to foster an ongoing dialogue with elders in Trinity Fellowship Churches. Our communities, churches, and homes are affected by matters of justice. Therefore it is essential to approach questions about justice from a biblical perspective.
Our 2022 presenters are Dr. Nathan Sasser and Dr. Jim Newheiser. Dr. Sasser will present a macro focus of Biblical Justice. He will talk about a few cultural issues and help us to think biblically about them. Dr. Newheiser will help us drill down to the micro level to help us apply justice to matters in the local church.
Jim Newheiser – Guest Speaker
Dr. James (Jim) Newheiser, Jr., is the Director of the Christian Counseling Program and Professor of Christian Counseling and Pastoral Theology at RTS Charlotte.
For 25 years, Dr. Newheiser served as the Preaching Pastor at Grace Bible Church in Escondido, California. He is also the Director of the Institute for Biblical Counseling and Discipleship (formerly CCEF West) and an Adjunct Professor of Biblical Counseling at The Master’s College. Furthermore, Dr. Newheiser serves as a board member at both the Biblical Counseling Coalition (BCC) and the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors (ACBC).
Dr. Newheiser teaches many of the counseling courses as well as some practical theology courses. Jim has been married to his wife Caroline since 1979, and they have 3 adult children.
Dr. Nathan Sasser – Guest Speaker
Nathan received his M.Div. from Westminster Theological Seminary in 2005, and a Ph.D in philosophy from the University of South Carolina in 2016. He has taught philosophy at Greenville Technical College since 2017, and has served as Head of the Humanities Department since 2021. His research focuses on David Hume’s epistemology and skepticism, but he has broad interests in the intersection of philosophy and theology in the early modern period. His monograph Hume and the Demands of Philosophy: Science, Skepticism, and Moderation was published by Lexington Press in 2022.
The General Assembly takes place across two days, November 9 & 10. Each day will start at 8:30 AM with breakfast and complete at dinner.
Whether you’ll be joining for both Theology Day and the General Assembly or just one of those events, please register online. There will be a $150 registration fee that will be used to cover meals, snacks, and materials for both events, or $25 for just Theology Day or $125 for just the General Assembly.