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IDEAS Event Registration


Topic: A Biblical Theology of Disability: Faith and Flourishing for All with Dr. Thomas Boehm

Date: April 27th, 2022

Time: 7:00-8:00pm (MT)


Overview: What does the Bible say about people with disabilities? How should a biblical theology of disability shape our view of God, others, and the way we engage in the world as followers of Jesus? Come join Dr. Thomas Boehm, Director of the Wheaton Center for Faith and Disability, as he presents a biblical perspective on disability that supports normative and transformative engagement with people with disabilities that can help us missionally move toward creating communities of hope, belonging, and flourishing for all.

Dr. Thomas L. Boehm, MDiv, PhD, is the Director of the Wheaton Center for Faith and Disability, focused on making disability discourse biblical, normative, and transformative for all. His research and writing focus on building inclusive community within schools and congregations to improve family quality of life for both people with and without disability. Thomas also serves as the Ann Haskins Associate Professor of Special Education, the Coordinator of the Special Education Program at Wheaton College, and is the founder of the nonprofit Faith for ALL.