The Good (and Bad) News About Christian Higher Education | #Baylor's Elesha Coffman, Christianity Today https://t.co/wyER2ao2nC
"Harry Potter's Magic" by Alan Jacobs | First Things https://t.co/3SU0fqkC4I
Grant Wacker lecture at #Baylor Sept. 27 "Billy Graham and American Political Culture" https://t.co/3hKH3SWDFI
A message from Francis J. Beckwith @fbeckwith | University of Colorado Boulder https://t.co/XVvWicfRVi
Dr. Francis Russell Hittinger speaks on "The Problem of Social Justice: A Catholic Approach" - Sept. 1 at #Baylor https://t.co/3A6GOMwZw6
Do We Really Need Influential Christian Intellectuals? |Thomas Kidd, TGC https://t.co/1B0mDK2AEN
Partnerships between faith-based & medical sectors: Implications for preventive medicine & public health, Jeff Levin https://t.co/rrC6coG1RA
European Films on Faith https://t.co/0CZFflKuVs Philip Jenkins, Anxious Bench
Francis Beckwith wins AAR 2016 Book Award for his _Taking Rites Seriously_ https://t.co/naYXJYn4to
Of Pastors and Power: Mark Driscoll and the Avignon Papacy - @bethallisonbarr at the @anxious_bench https://t.co/3JceU2LU8v

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God is not dead. Despite the predictions of academics and liberal religious leaders, the world is becoming more faith-filled, not less. According to Rodney Stark, the co-director of the Institute for Studies of Religion at Baylor University, there has been no rise of the “nones”—no increase in the number of the world’s self-professed atheists and no triumph of reason over revelation.
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Ann Killebrew Lecture: The Emergence of Israel in Bible and Archaeology @ Cox Lecture Hall, Armstrong Browning Library, Baylor University
Sep 14 @ 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm
Ann Killebrew Lecture: The Emergence of Israel in Bible and Archaeology @ Cox Lecture Hall, Armstrong Browning Library, Baylor University
Who were the Israelites? This lecture explores the emergence of Israel in light of the biblical account, New Kingdom Egyptian texts, the archaeological evidence and recent theories regarding ethnogenesis and ethnicity.   Ann E. Killebrew[...]
Alexei Krindatch Lecture @ Cox Lecture Hall, Armstrong Browning Library, Baylor University
Oct 17 @ 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm
Alexei Krindatch Lecture @ Cox Lecture Hall, Armstrong Browning Library, Baylor University
The Orthodox Option in the United States: Eastern Orthodoxy’s Presence and Contributions to Modern America With 2,000 parishes (congregations) and about 800,000 adherents, the diverse Eastern Christian Orthodox churches form a small but unique segment of American religious life. What began in 1794 as a religious mission of 10[...]
2016 Missiology Lectures @ Travis Auditorium Fuller Theological Seminary
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2016 Missiology Lectures @ Travis Auditorium Fuller Theological Seminary  | Pasadena | California | United States
The School of Intercultural Studies invites you to the 2016 Missiology Lectures Dynamics of Contemporary Muslim Societies: Christian Theological and Missiological Implications November 3–4, 2016 A WORD FROM OUR CONFERENCE ORGANIZERS Today, Christians seem increasingly[...]
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Massimo Introvigne Lecture @ TBA
Christians: A Persecuted Minority? Contemporary  Intolerance and Discrimination against Christians Massimo Introvigne an Italian sociologist and founder of the Center for Studies on New Religions (CESNUR), based in Turin, Italy, an international network of scholars[...]


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Before There Was Billy Graham, There Was… George Whitefield was once the most famous man in America. Historian Thomas Kidd explains why the celebrity evangelist shouldn’t be forgotten.

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God is not dead. Despite the predictions of academics and liberal religious leaders, the world is becoming more faith-filled, not less. According to Rodney Stark, the co-director of the Institute for Studies of Religion at Baylor University, there has been no rise of the “nones”—no increase in the number of the world’s self-professed atheists and no triumph of reason over revelation.
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Sep 14 @ 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm Cox Lecture Hall, Armstrong Browning Library, Baylor University
Who were the Israelites? This lecture explores the emergence of Israel in light of the biblical account, New Kingdom Egyptian texts, the archaeological evidence and recent theories regarding ethnogenesis and ethnicity.   Ann E. Killebrew[...]
Oct 17 @ 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm Cox Lecture Hall, Armstrong Browning Library, Baylor University
The Orthodox Option in the United States: Eastern Orthodoxy’s Presence and Contributions to Modern America With 2,000 parishes (congregations) and about 800,000 adherents, the diverse Eastern Christian Orthodox churches form a small but unique segment of American religious life. What began in 1794 as a religious mission of 10[...]
Nov 3 – Nov 4 all-day Travis Auditorium Fuller Theological Seminary
The School of Intercultural Studies invites you to the 2016 Missiology Lectures Dynamics of Contemporary Muslim Societies: Christian Theological and Missiological Implications November 3–4, 2016 A WORD FROM OUR CONFERENCE ORGANIZERS Today, Christians seem increasingly[...]
Nov 16 @ 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm TBA
Christians: A Persecuted Minority? Contemporary  Intolerance and Discrimination against Christians Massimo Introvigne an Italian sociologist and founder of the Center for Studies on New Religions (CESNUR), based in Turin, Italy, an international network of scholars[...]