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2017 Baylor Symposium on Faith and Culture

When:
October 25, 2017 – October 27, 2017 all-day
2017-10-25T00:00:00+00:00
2017-10-28T00:00:00+00:00
Where:
Baylor University

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The year 2017 marks the five-hundredth anniversary of the beginning of the European Reformation, a time of incalculable significance for the history of Christianity. This was the decisive moment at whichthe Bible was translated into the leading European languages. The rise of printing vastly enhanced the significance of that change, for the first time placing the book in the hands of ordinary people. That movement began a cultural and religious revolution that remains very much alive today, after a half-millennium. In that sense, we still today live in the shadow of the Reformation, and arguably in its still flowing currents. As theologian Karl Barth famously declared, “Ecclesia semper reformanda” – the church is always to be reformed.

Confirmed speakers include:

  • Mark Noll, University of Notre Dame
  • Timothy George, Beeson Divinity School
  • David Lyle Jeffrey, Baylor University
  • Randall Zachman, University of Notre Dame
  • Bruce Gordon, Yale Divinity School
  • Johanna Rahner, Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen
  • Robert Kolb, Concordia Seminary, St. Louis
  • Carl Trueman, Westminster Theological Seminary
  • Beth Allison Barr, Baylor University
  • Iain Provan, Regent College
  • Tamara Lewis, Southern Methodist University
  • Godwin Makabi, Anglican Church of Nigeria

 This event is co-sponsored by: