Hear Kanishka Raffel, Anglican Archbishop of Sydney, and Philip Kern, Head of New Testament at Moore College speak on one of the most difficult challenges of the Christian life: forgiving others.
Please note: online bookings will close 3pm AEDT Wednesday 25 August 2021. Instructions will be emailed to all attendees a couple of hours before the start of the event, so please ensure that the email address associated with your booking is correct.
(Churches and other groups: Instructions will be emailed to you the week beginning 26 July, as well as on 23 and 25 August. Apologies in advance: depending on how early you register, you will receive these instructions multiple times.)
Wednesday 25 August 2021 GMT +10 Australian Eastern Standard Time. Event: 7:30-9:00pm. Supper for in-person attendees: 9:00-9:30pm.
If you can’t tune in on the night, the event will be recorded, and everyone who has registered will have access to rewatch the video almost immediately after the event’s conclusion.
In person at Marcus Loane Hall, Moore Theological College, 1 King St, Newtown, Sydney, Australia (please note: limited numbers) OR via livestream.
- In person: earlybird $15 ($20 after 18 August). Includes supper. (Please note: numbers are limited due to COVID-19 restrictions.)
- Household licence (livestream): $10.
- Groups/churches licence (livestream): $60. (Please note: Under this licence, all members of the group may livestream the event from wherever they are.)
The most liberating truth of the Christian life is that our sins have been forgiven. But one of the most difficult challenges of the Christian life is forgiving others as we have been forgiven. Does forgiving mean forgetting? If we forgive, must we still trust?
At this event, Kanishka Raffel, Anglican Archbishop of Sydney, and Philip Kern, Head of New Testament at Moore College, will lead us through what the Bible teaches about forgiveness and how we might in wisdom learn to forgive those who have sinned against us.
About our speakers
Kanishka Raffel is the Anglican Archbishop of Sydney.
Philip Kern is Head of New Testament at Moore College.