Live Bloggers Needed: 4 On Campus Events

Is anyone planning to attend these events? I would love to get someone to blog them for Said at Southern. Just email me if you’re interested.

Reliability of Old Testament: Dr. Peter Gentry will give a lecture on the reliability of the Old Testament documents – (Wednesday) March 26 at 10:00 am in Norton 195. Most students don’t realize that Gentry is a world class OT scholar, he’s even been doing work on a critical edition of the Septuagint.

The Nature and Value of Abstract Art: Dr. Steve Halla will present reflections on the nature and value of abstract art, plus its positive role in the life of the believer– (Friday) March 28 at 7:00 pm in HCC 222.

Worship Leader as Pastor; Pastor as Worship Leader: A panel discussion on the importance of pastoral care through worship planning and leading will be held (Thursday) March 27 at 4:00 pm in Heritage Hall. The forum, features Dr. Bruce Ware, Dr. Don Whitney, Dr. Nathan Platt, Prof. Carl Stam, with Dr. Tom Bolton serving as moderator.

Free Movie Screening Of Expelled: The producers of the movie Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed are holding a free screening for students and faculty on campus Tuesday, April 1, 2008 at 2:30 pm in the Legacy Center 303T. There are only 200 tickets available and you may pick up your ticket in the School of Theology office.

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3 Responses to Live Bloggers Needed: 4 On Campus Events

  1. Jerad File says:

    If you haven’t heard, there was also a screening of “Expelled” at SWBTS a few weeks ago. I attended and it was very good. I hope that it does well and a lot of people see it. They even have some scenes at a certain Baptist university in Texas that expose some of what has gone on there.

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  2. The Expelled Screening feels like an April Fools joke to me, but I’m willing to fall for it. And I will be blogging on the Nature and Value of Abstract Art. I am the president of Imago Dei, the organization that is sponsoring the event. Expect more good events to come in the future.


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