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Evangelicals on their Past: Studies in the History of Evangelical Historiography

When:
October 5, 2022 @ 8:00 am – October 7, 2022 @ 12:00 pm
2022-10-05T08:00:00-05:00
2022-10-07T12:00:00-05:00

Baylor University
Evangelical Studies Program Conference 2022

* This conference is a virtual event only. Viewing and access information will be provided prior to the event.  Registration deadline: Tuesday, October 4 @ 12:00pm CT.

Wednesday 5 October

8.00     Introductory Session
8.15     Ian Clary (Colorado Christian University), ‘Remembering Revival: Evangelical Historians and the Great Awakening’
9.30     Break
9.45     Anneke Stasson (Indiana Wesleyan University), ‘Historians on Gospel Women: The Female Part in Anglo-American Evangelical Foreign Missions’
11.00   Break
11.15   Deborah Gaitskell (School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London), ‘Faith, Race and Change: The Historiography of Evangelicalism in South Africa’
12.00

Thursday 6 October

8.00     Mark Noll (University of Notre Dame), ‘The Redemptive Power of the Word: The Study of African American Uses of the Bible’
9.15     Break
9.30     Andrew Atherstone (Wycliffe Hall, Oxford), ‘Memoirs, Manuscripts and Manipulations: Anglican Evangelicals from Simeon to Stott’
10.45   Break
11.00   Stephanie Derrick (Independent Scholar, Los Angeles), ‘Evangelical Representations of C. S. Lewis in Britain and America’
11.45   General Discussion
12.00

Friday 7 October

8.00     Worship (Matt Snowden, Pastor of First Baptist Church, Waco)
8.30     Kerrie Handasyde (Pilgrim Theological College, University of Divinity, Melbourne, Australia), ‘No Time Like the Present: Writing the Past in Australian Evangelical Dissent’
9.45     Break
10.00   Husezo Rhakho (Baylor University), ‘The Historiography of Evangelicals in India’
10.45   Break
11.00   Erika Helgen (Yale University), ‘The Historiography of Brazilian Evangelicals’
11.45   Concluding Session
12.00