Theology on Tap
Theology on Tap is a series of open forum discussions for both Christians and non-Christians on topics relevant to the Church and society. Our last one was:

Sin is difficult. It is complicated to define. Some people believe that humanity is basically good (and even created in the image of God). But the headlines on any given day suggest otherwise. We might be comfortable with the notion of evil when it is applied to someone or something else. But, what about when we look in the mirror? Whether it is guilt or numbness, despair or depression, forgiveness or freedom, we have a wide range of often contradictory reactions when our consciences are pricked. It raises an important question.

Does sin still matter?

Join a few local clergy for an open conversation on sin, guilt, salvation, and the internal tension we often feel. There will be an opportunity to ask questions openly or anonymously.

Grab a drink.
Ask your questions.
Watch some clergy sweat.

Thursday, March 1, 2018
6:30pm (6:30pm for food and drink, open questions starting at 7pm).
Café Museum (Operngasse 7 | 1010 Wien | Karlsplatz U1/U2/U4)

Clergy taking your Questions:
Rev'd Per Gyllenör (Swedish Lutheran Church)
Rev'd Mike Waltner (Christ Church)
Rev'd Dr. Robert S. Kinney (Christ Church)
Special Guest: Bishop Heinz Lederleitner (Old Catholic Church)

Download Flyer [pdf, 154kb]

Theology on Tap