The two-day conference will feature the following lectures:
- “Exile, Death and New Life in the Old Testament” by Dr. Andrew Dearman, associate dean and professor of Old Testament, Fuller Theological Seminary, Texas.
- “Christ Alone: What We Can Learn from Calvin’s Response to Christological Heresies,” by Karen Finch, assistant professor of Theology, Whitworth College (WA)
- “Presbyterians and Higher Education,” by Dr. Bradley J. Longfield, dean and professor of Church History, University of Dubuque Theological Seminary (IA)
- “Fallen Angel-Risen Animal,” by Dr. Charles Partee, professor of Church History Emeritus, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary
- “Why the Resurrection Still Matters, Even in this Present Scientific Age, ” by Dr. Thomas A. Miller, professor of surgery, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine
- “The History of Evangelical Renewal and Growth in Mexican Presbyterianism, ” by Rev. Daniel Ramirez Celis, vice president of the National Presbyterian Church of Mexico
- “The Auburn Affirmation, John Gerstner, and the Union between the UPCNA and the PCUSA, 1950-1958,”: by Dr. Jeffrey S. McDonald, pastor, Avery Presbyterian Church, Bellevue, NE, and adjunct professor of Church History, Sioux Falls Seminary-Omaha Campus
The conference will include times for discussion and questions on the lectures and two time slots designated for discussion of Presbyterian Church (USA) Renewal.
On Friday, a catered lunch and supper will be served. The registration fee is $50. To register, contact Jeff McDonald at (402) 682-1439 or jsmcdonald@
unomaha.edu. The Hampton Inn in Carol Stream, Ill., located four miles from the college campus, is the recommended hotel for conference attendees.
This is not a function of Wheaton College.