July 21-25, 1998:Conference on "Science in Theistic Contexts: Cognitive
Dimensions," at Redeemer College, Ancaster, Ontario,Canada, presented
by The PascalCentre and Redeemer College. For details send eMail to
firstname.lastname@example.org, visit the Web site athttp://www.
redeemer.on.ca/pascal/, or call (905) 648-2139.
September 24-26,1998:Conference on Faith and History Biennial Fall
Meeting, David Lipscomb University,Nashville, Tennessee on the theme
"Globalization and the Historian's Craft."Globalization, a muchdebated
and controversial concept ofthe 1990s, has innovated analysis in such
disciplines aspolitics, economics, religion, and historical studies. The
plenary speakers and panels will look beyond local and nationalfactors
and emphasize theirrelevance in a larger global and comparative context
which bridges chronological, geographical, or disciplinaryboundaries. For
further information, contact theProgram Chair, Professor Charles W.
Weber, Departmentof History, Wheaton College, Wheaton, IL 60187;
Phone=630-752-5863; FAX=630-752-5294; eMail=Charles.W.Weber@
October 9-10, 1998:Conference on "The Pentecostal andCharismatic
Movements in California: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives,"
Southern California College, Costa Mesa, California, co-sponsored byThe
Lewis WilsonInstitute for Pentecostal Studies, Southern California
College, and The David J. du PlessisCenter for Christian Spirituality,
Fuller Theological Seminary. Foradditional details contact Augustus
Cerillo, Jr., Director,Wilson Institute for Pentecostal Studies, Southern
California College, 55 Fair Drive, Costa Mesa CA 92626;Phone=714/556-
3610, x211; eMailemail@example.com.
October 16-17, 1998:"Religion, Social Capital, and Democratic Life." A
conference to be held at Calvin College and sponsored by the PaulHenry