August 28, 2020 – August 29, 2020
Discerning the Work of the Holy Spirit in and Through the Church
Due to the COVID-19 restrictions the FEET Conference cannot take place in Prague. The FEET executive committee took this decision because of the uncertainty of the current circumstances. But we invite all to a video conference on the same subject and with the same main speakers.
- A growing interest in the work of the Holy Spirit is evident in our time. We see this not only in the growing worldwide Pentecostal and charismatic movements, but in many churches Christians are longing for spiritual renewal and the fulfilment of their mission and ministry in the power of the Holy Spirit.
- The biennial FEET conference will deal with these themes from a theological perspective. It will discuss the dialogue between the Pentecostal and charismatic movements and traditional churches and provide a biblical perspective on the work of the Holy Spirit, on worship, on the spiritual gifts and on spirituality in Christian ministry.
- Although we very much regret the renunciation of the personal meeting in Prague in view of the present circumstances, we expect also in this reduced virtual format a dynamic exchange and a lively discussion on this challenging topic.
- FEET warmly invites theologians from all over Europe to this discussion at its 2020 video conference. You are most welcome!
Price: The FEET video conference is free of charge. Of course there are expenses for the technical management, so we are grateful for a voluntary donation for FEET which can be given on the Payment page on FEET website.
On Friday evening a FEET Business Meeting is planned. Please register separately using this link if you plan to attend.
August 24, 2018 – August 28, 2018
Christian Identity and mission in a Divided Europe
This Biennial Conference took place in Prague at the Hotel Olšanka.
Main Papers presented: Prof. Jeppe Bach Nikolajsen, Prof. Christof Sauer, Prof. Ad de Bruijne, Prof. Tomáš Halík, Prof. Bernhard Reitsma, Dr. Mykhailo Cherenkov, Rev. Daniel Pastircak and Prof. Henry Bloscher.
August 26, 2016 – August 30, 2016
The Reformation - its Theology and its Legacy
Biennial Conference took place in Wittenberg at Leucorea
Main Papers presented: Prof. Christoph Raedel, Prof. Thomas Schirrmacher, Prof. Paul Wells, Prof. Andrew McGowan, Pfr. Dr. Paul Bernhard Rothen.
August 29, 2014 – September 02, 2014
Towards a Christian Ethic in Contemporary Europe
FEET Biennial Conference took place in Paris at the Missions Franciscaines, La Carte Dieu, Orsay.
Main Papers presented: Prof. Ad de Bruijne, Prof. Henri Blocher, Prof. Reidar Hvalvik, Dr. Berthold Schwarz, Dr. Michael Johner, Dr. Chris Wright.
August 24, 2012 – August 28, 2012
Beyond the Bible: Moving from Scripture to Theology and Practice
FEET Biennial Conference took place in Berlin (Woltersdorf) at the EC - Begegnungs und Bildungszentrum.
Main Papers presented: Dr. Richard Briggs, Dr. Tchawdar Hadjiev, Prof. Roland Deines, Prof. Patrick Nullens, Dr. Hannes Wisher and Dr. Yannick Imbert.
August 20, 2010 – August 24, 2010
Evangelical Theological Interpretation within Contemporary European Culture
FEET Biennial Conference took place in Berlin at Woltersdorf (EC - Begegnungs- und Bildungszetrum).
Main Papers presented: Stefan Gustavsson, Dr. Krish Kandiah, Dr. Jamie Grant, Prof. I. Howard Marshall, Prof. Eberhard Schockenhoff and Prof. Peter Kuzmic.
August 22, 2008 – August 26, 2008
Evangelical Perspectives on Spirituality
FEET Biennial Conference took place in Berlin (Waltersdorf, EC - Begegnungs und Bildungszentrum).
Main Papers presented: Prof. Torleiv Austad, Prof. Gert Kwakkel, Bishop Dr. Stanislav Pietak, Dr. Vojtech Kohut, Dr. Ian Randall, Prof. Pierre Berthoud.
August 04, 2006 – August 08, 2006
Reconciliation Vertical and Horizontal Dimensions
FEET Biennial Conference took place in Prague at the International Baptist Theological Seminary.
Main Papers presented: Prof. Herbert Klement - response Dr. Torsten Uhlig, Prof. Max Turner - response Prof. Mark Seifrid, Dr. Stephen Holmes - response Dr. Oliver Crisp, Prof. Jan Ligus - response Pavel Hosek, Prof. Petr Kuzmic - Prof. Johannes Reimer.
August 16, 2002 – August 20, 2002
European Christianity in World perspective: Theological heritage. Contemporary problems. What future?
FEET billenial conference 2002 was organized together with the World Evangelical Alliance in Wölmersen, Germany at the Neues-Leben-Zentrum.
Papers presented: Prof. Thomas Oden, Carl Trueman, Rolf Hille, Stephen Williams, Diumeme Noelliste, Udo Middelmann, Carsten-Peter Thiede, Valdir Steuernagel, Anne-Marie Kool, Peter Penner, Craig Bartholomew, Vinoth Ramachandra, Donald A. Carson.