CONFERENCE ON FAITH AND HISTORY
September 24-26, 1998
Charles W. Weber, Wheaton College
J. David Lawrence, Lipscomb University
Registration Begins, Lipscomb University, Lobby of the Swang Building, on the Belmont side of the campus adjacent to the library.
Plenary Session 1, Swang 108
Chair: Charles W. Weber, Wheaton College
From Lipscomb University and
Thomas A. Askew, Gordon College, CFH President
Paul Spikard and Ed Yamauchi agree to disagree
Registration Continues. Swang Building Lobby.
Panel 1, Burton 126:
"MILLENNIALISM, HISTORICISM, AND GLOBALIZATION"
"THE GLOBALIZATION OF APOCALYPTIC LITERATURE"
Panel 2, Burton 130:
"FRANCIS GRIMKE AND THE VALUE AND LIMITS OF CARTER
WOODSON'S MODEL OF THE PROGRESSIVE BLACK PASTOR"
"BEYOND 'THE SUN DO MOVE':
Plenary Session 2, Swang 108
Chair: Ronald T. Clutter, Grace Theological Seminary
Jack Barlow attempts to supplement his meagre salary by
purveying merchandise of dubious provenance
Panel 3, Swang 108:
"LORD SHAFTESBURY AND GLOBALIZATION"
"BISHOP WILLIAM TAYLOR:
Ron Wells, in Pontifical Mode
"Traditions and Contemporary Culture in Global Perspective"
Gary K. Pranger, Oral Roberts University
"A NON-VIOLENT JESUS:
"PENTECOSTALISM AS A GLOBAL MOVEMENT"
Dwight Brautigam, Glenn Sanders, and Rick Pointer at Franklin TN
The tour included stops at Winstead Hill where Hood gave the fateful order to attack the Union army, the Carter House where Union troops stubbornly beat back repeated assaults, and the nearby Carnton Mansion which was used after the battle as a Confederate hospital and cemetery.
Hosts for the tour were military historian Dr. Timothy Johnson of Lipscomb University, who organized and planned the program, and Mr. Thomas Cartwright, military curator, Carter House Museum.
Conference Banquet, Student Center
Chair: J. David Lawrence, Lipscomb University
Dick Pierard, as usual, upstages
David Lawrence and Wayne Flynt
Registration Continues, Swang Building Lobby.
Panel 5, Swang 108:
"GLOBALIZATION AND THE MISSIONARY ENTERPRISE:
"STRANGE TALES FROM THE MISSION FIELD:
"PRESBYTERIAN MISSIONS, JAPANESE IMPERIALISM, AND KOREAN NATIONALISM:
Tom Askew, in Presidential Mode
Michael Kugler, Northwestern College
Panel 6, Swang 110:
"AFRO-ARAB SLAVE TRADE IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY EAST AFRICA"
"AFRICAN CULTURE AND THE GOSPEL:
Plenary Session 3, Swang 108
Chair: Glenn E. Sanders, Oklahome Baptist University
Jack Barlow simulates modesty, thus (cleverly) attracting more attention
to himself and away from Glenn Sanders and Dwight Brautigam
Panel 7, Swang 108:
"COMPLICATIONS IN THE WESTERNIZATION PARADIGM:
"TWO AFRICAS, ONE MISSION:
Panel 8, Swang 110:
"THE CONFUSION OF CALENDARS:
"PROPHETIC FAILURES AND THE CHRISTIAN HOPE IN THE NEW MILLENNIUM"
Plenary Session 4, Swang 108
Chair: Richard W. Pointer, Westmont College
Panel 9, Swang 108:
"A CHURCH NOW CONSTITUTED:
"MARY MAGDALEN AND THE PROVENCAL SAINTS:
Session 10, Swang 110:
"THE ABUNDANT LIFE PREVAILS:
"EVANGELIZING 'THESE POOR HEATHEN AT OUR VERY DOORS:
Posted: October, 1998
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