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Ádám Szabados

Ádám Szabados is a Hungarian theologian and the leader of the Hungarian Evangelical Forum. Until 2017 he had been a pastor for 20 years. He is married to Dóra, and has two adult sons. He studied English literature and linguistics at the University of Veszprém (MA equivalent, with honours), and theology at Schloss Mittersill Study Center (Diploma in Biblical Studies and Culture) and at Covenant Theological Seminary (ThM in Exegetical Theology). He received his PhD (summa cum laude) in the area of New Testament at Károli Reformed University. His study on the Reformational understanding of sin has been published by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. He wrote a book on Eros (Erosz nyomában, Harmat Publishing House, 2008), which aims to address both Christians and non-Christians in their search for the good, the true, and the beautiful. Ádám also has a popular theological-apologetic website (


Harari's Fiction: Where Does the Israeli's Historian's Story Go Wrong?

Yuval Noah Harari became famous for his two best-selling books on human history: Sapiens and Deus Homo. In these two engaging books he gives a short summary of history and where he thinks it is leading. Harari's books are widely read and have earned praise from the likes of Mark Zuckerberg, Barack Obama, and Bill Gates. In this talk we will look at the main arguments behind Harari's historical vision and then subject his vision to an evangelical criticism.


Is Penal Substitution a Late Theological Development? Counterexamples from the Church Fathers

We are often told that penal substitution as a model of the atonement is a late invention of Saint Anselm or the Reformers, and so we are encouraged to go back to earlier interpretations of the death of Christ. This talk will use patristic evidence to demonstrate that this is a false reconstruction of history and explain the biblical basis of the penal substitutionary view of atonement.


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