The Baptist Theology Research Award Student Symposium

The Center for Theological Research of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
invites you to attend.

Wednesday, 5 December 2007 2:00-5:00 p.m.
The Riley Center, Room 243, Southwestern Seminary
 
The following Masters-level students were selected by the BaptistTheology.org Editorial Board:

  • “The Disciples of Christ and the Baptists: A Test Case of ‘No Creed but the Bible,’” by Matthew Ward
  • “Eli, Eli, Lema Sabachthani?,” by Robert Matz
  • “A Theological Biography of Michael Sattler,” by Ched Spellman
  • “L. R. Scarborough,” by Timothy Fatheree
  • “J. M. Pendleton and the Fruit of Ecclesiology,” by Eric L. Campbell
  • The Baptist Theology Research Award Student Symposium allows Masters-level students to present their semester research paper related to Baptist Theology to their peers and the BaptistTheology.org Editorial Board. At the conclusion of the Symposium the Editorial Board will present The Baptist Theology Research Award to the author of the best paper and presentation. The winner of the Award will have their paper published as a BaptistTheology.org “White Paper,” and all presenters will receive a LifeWay giftcard donated by Northeast Houston Baptist Church in Humble, Texas. The authors of each paper will have 20 minutes to read their paper, followed by 10 minutes for questions and answers from the Editorial Board and the audience.

    Please make plans to attend and encourage these students! 

    BaptistTheology.org is a ministry of the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.

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