Conference on the global resurgence of conservative and fundamentalist Christianity.
The Institute for the Study of Christianity and Culture is sponsoring the fourth annual conference, Friday September 19th and Saturday September 20th, 2003 at the Kellogg Center at Michigan State University.
The conference will explore conservative and fundamentalist Christianity in light of the growing global church. Joining us for a Friday evening lecture and Saturday morning panel and response will be Philip Jenkins, Distinguished Professor of History and Religious Studies at Penn State University. Professor Jenkins is the author of numerous books including his recent, The Next Christendom, (Oxford University Press). Conference participants are encouraged to read this work.
Session titles are:
Globally - Shall the Fundamentalists Win?
What Are The Political and Social Implications of a Rising Global Christianity?
Round Table Discussion, "Towards a Definition of Fundamentalism for Today"
Other scheduled participants are:
Harold K. Bush, St. Louis University
Margaret Bendroth, Calvin College
Charles Hambrick-Stowe, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary
Arthur Versluis, Michigan State University
Chris Frilingos, Michigan State University
Amy DeRogatis, Michigan State University
Timothy Hall, Central Michigan University
Sam Thomas, Michigan State University
David Stowe, Michigan State University
Details of the conference and registration information can be found at our website. Further information can be obtained by contacting Malcolm Magee via email.
Institute for the Study of Christianity and Culture
2215 E. Michigan Ave.
Lansing, MI 48912
Attention: Malcolm Magee
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