While we recognize that not everyone can or should take classes at SLST, we want to make the study of theology available for all.
Each semester we host a colloquium on a carefully-chosen topic that attempts to show how theology translates to practice, specifically in the context of Utah. We look at things like spiritual formation, church planting, and counseling, as well as exegetical studies in various books of the Bible. All pastors and students are welcome to join us for these enriching sessions.
SLST is excited to welcome Dr. Peter Gentry from Phoenix Seminary on August 26th, 2022 for our fall colloquium. Dr. Gentry will discuss the meaning of "holy" and what it means for God to be holy.
Dr. Peter Gentry joined the Phoenix Seminary team in 2021 as Distinguished Visiting Professor of Old Testament and Senior Research Fellow of the Text & Canon Institute. Currently, he is writing a commentary on Isaiah for the Zondervan Exegetical Commentary on the Old Testament series and providing leadership to the Hexapla Institute.
The colloquium will be held at Gospel Grace Church from 6pm-9pm. Additionally, please plan to join us for a meal that will be served at 5:30pm.
The cost to register for the colloquium and the meal is $10.