2021-2022 speaking SERIES

We are grateful to partner with  faculty of Denver Seminary and faith leaders in Denver  to provide  opportunities for our church and community to learn and dive deeper into important topics of our faith

THE BOOK OF REVELATION 

DAVE MATHEWSON, PhD 
Associate Professor of New Testament
Dr. Mathewson has earned a BA from Colorado Christian University, an MA from Denver Seminary and a PhD in New Testament from the University of Aberdeen. Areas of research interest include the Book of Revelation, apocalyptic literature, Greek and linguistics, and biblical theology.

IS AMERICA A CHRISTIAN NATION?

SCOTT WENIG, PhD 
Professor of Applied Theology and Biblical Preaching
Scott Wenig, Professor of Applied Theology and Haddon W. Robinson Chair of Biblical Preaching.  Dr. Wenig will be speaking on what it means to say that America is a Christian nation. He's a church historian by training and he'll be approaching the question from a historical perspective.

SANCTIFICATION: HOLINESS & THE CHRISTIAN LIFE

DON PAYNE, PhD
Academic Dean and Associate Professor of Theology
Dr. Payne earned a PhD in systematic theology from the University of Manchester, England, an MDiv from Denver Seminary, and a BA from Tennessee Temple University. Prior to coming to Denver Seminary, he pastored for eight years, first as a church-planting pastor in Chattanooga, Tennessee, then as an associate pastor at Southern Gables Evangelical Free Church in Littleton, Colorado. Dr. Payne has recently written a book on the doctrine of sanctification, and he'll be giving a talk on what holiness means in biblical perspective.

Behold: The Biblical Call to Beauty

JEFF HOFFMEYER, PhD
VP of Advancement, Denver Institute for Faith and Work 
Jeff Hoffmeyer serves as Vice President of Advancement at Denver Institute for Faith & Work. Prior to his time at DIFW, Jeff served in a variety of pastoral roles for more than fifteen years, most recently as the senior pastor of La Cañada Presbyterian Church in California. He has a Ph.D. in systematic theology from Graduate Theological Union, is developing curriculum for Fuller Seminary’s Doctor of Ministry program, and has actively led fundraising campaigns for churches as well as for the Boulder Shelter for the Homeless. Jeff lives in Boulder with his wife, Heather, and their children, Eleanore and Andersen.

ROMANS 7
MARCH 30TH 2022

JOSEPH (JOEY) DODSON, PhD 
Chair of New Testament, Denver Seminary 
Dr. Dodson studied at the University of Aberdeen in Scotland and the University of Tübingen in Germany. In addition to many academic and devotional essays, he has written a number of articles for top-tier, peer review journals such as Harvard Theological Review, Novum Testamentum, the Journal for Jewish Studies, and Catholic Biblical Quarterly,. His most recent books include The Things I Want to Do: Romans 7 Revisited (forthcoming), A Little Book for New Bible Scholars with E. Randolph Richards (2017) and a co-edited volume with David E. Briones, Paul and Seneca in Dialogue (2017). Dr. Dodson’s current research includes a Romans commentary in the Brill Exegetical Commentary Series and a Colossians-Philemon commentary in The Christian Standard Commentary Series.

THEOLOGY READING GrOUP

Join us for our reading group as we discuss all things theology and discipleship.
It's easy- we choose a book, take a month to read the book, and spend an evening discussing  the book.

If you have any questions or want to join, please email Pastor Ryan [ryan@foothillsfellowship.org]
Click on the titles below to learn more about our Summer 2022 selections 
SUMMER READING SELECTIONS 2021