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Christian Studies to Hold Lectureship in Theology and Culture

Tigerville SC (March 29, 2017) The College of Christian Studies will hold its first Lectureship in Theology and Culture on April 11 at 7:00 p.m. in Hayes Ministry Center.  The lecture will be delivered by Dr. Jason Duesing. 

Duesing is the academic provost and associate professor of historical theology at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Kansas City, Mo.  He comes to NGU at the invitation of Dr. Frankie Melton, assistant professor in the College of Christian Studies, who serves as a trustee at Midwestern Seminary. 

The lecture marks the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation and will highlight aspects of Martin Luther’s biography and doctrine.  The lecture qualifies as a cultural event for students.

Duesing is the author of Seven Summits in Church History and will be preaching in chapel on Wednesday, April 12.

     

 

 

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