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Friday, September 25, 1998
Concurrent Session
Panel 1:Millennialism:Historical and Literary Perspectives
"MILLENNIALISM, HISTORICISM, AND GLOBALIZATION"
Jerry Summers, East Texas Baptist University
"THE GLOBALIZATION OF APOCALYPTIC LITERATURE"
Robert Ellison, East Texas Baptist University
Comment:Richard Kyle, Tabor College
Panel 2:Seeking the Promised Land in Jim Crow America
"FRANCIS GRIMKE AND THE VALUE AND LIMITS OF CARTER
WOODSON'S MODEL OF THE PROGRESSIVE BLACK PASTOR"
Mark Sidwell, Bob Jones University
"BEYOND 'THE SUN DO MOVE':REV.JOHN JASPER AND THE
CHALLENGE OF ACCOMMODATION IN POST-CIVIL WAR AMERICA"
Steve Messer, Taylor University
Comment:Richard L. Gray, Taylor University
Plenary Session 2
Chair:Ronald T. Clutter, Grace Theological Seminary
Address:"ANCIENT HISTORY ON GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE: TWO CASE
STUDIES" by Edwin Yamauchi, Miami University
Concurrent Sessions
Panel 3: EMERGENCE OF AN INTERNATIONAL EVANGELICAL
CONSCIOUSNESS
"LORD SHAFTESBURY AND GLOBALIZATION"
Donald M. Lewis, Regent College
"BISHOP WILLIAM TAYLOR: THE WORLD WAS HIS PARISH"
Alan H. Winquist, Taylor University
Comment:Ronald A. Wells, Calvin College
Conference Banquet
Chair:J. David Lawrence, Lipscomb University
Address:"WHITE RELIGION, POLITICS, AND SOCIAL REFORMIN THE
SOUTH," by Wayne Flynt, Auburn University
Saturday, September 26, 1998
CONCURRENT SESSIONS
Panel 5: MISSIONARIES AND GLOBALIZATION AT THE TURN OF
THE CENTURY
"GLOBALIZATION AND THEMISSIONARY ENTERPRISE:A CASE
STUDY OF ROBERT E. SPEER'S MISSIONS AND MODERN HISTORY"
James A. Patterson, Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary
"STRANGE TALESFROM THE MISSION FIELD:THE RECEPTION OF
JOHN LIVINGSTON NEVIUS' DEMON POSSESSION (1894)
Bradley J. Gundlach, Wheaton College
"PRESBYTERIAN MISSIONS, JAPANESE IMPERIALISM, AND KOREAN
NATIONALISM: A 1919 VERSAILLES TREATY CASE STUDY"

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