by W. Jackson Watts
It’s time once again for our annual Theological Symposium. We’re pleased to be hosting this year’s event on the new campus of Welch College at 1045 Bison Trail in Gallatin, Tennessee. For our out-of-town guests, we recommend you consider booking your lodging at the Holiday Inn Express in nearby Hendersonville. We have negotiated a special rate with them. You may contact them at (615) 824-0022, and let them know that you’re with the ‘Symposium.’ Please contact them by Wednesday, October 18.
Below is a tentative program. Some presenter times are subject to change, but the start and finish times themselves are set, so you can plan accordingly. Please join us Monday, October 23-24th.
6:00–6:10 Welcome and Prayer
6:15–7:05 Matthew McAffee: Losing Favor with the Gods: Divine Judgment in the Old Testament World
7:05–7:25 Refreshments and Discussion
7:25–8:15 Joshua Colson: Calvin’s View of the Supper
9:00–9:05 Welcome and Prayer
9:05–9:55 Jesse Owens: English General Baptists: The Arminian Anti-rationalists
9:55–10:10 Refreshments and Discussion
10:10–11:00 David Outlaw: A Consideration of Christopher Wright’s Missional Hermeneutic
11:00 – 11:15 Refreshments and Discussion
11:15–12:05 Matthew Pinson: Individual Election in the Thought of Jacobus Arminius
12:05–1:50 Lunch in Area Restaurants
1:50–2:40 Raven Tuttobene: I Love Lucy: Assumptions in Using Cultural Evolution as the Basis for the Documentary Hypothesis
2:40–3:00 Refreshments and Discussion
3:00-3:50 Matthew Steven Bracey: Faith and Scholarship: A Christian Calling
3:50–6:30 Dinner in Area Restaurants
6:30–7:20 Jeff Cockrell: Understanding Paul since Luther: The New Perspective and Its Effects
7:20–7: 40 Refreshments and Discussion
7:40 – 8:30 Adam Holloway: Presuppositional Apologetics in a Postmodern Age
8:30–8:35 Closing Remarks
If you have any questions concerning our program this year, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.