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Events and Schedules

Executive Director and Managing Editor of Theology Matters 
Richard E. Burnett, Ph.D. 
Schedule


Oct-Nov. 2017

Sept. 30-Oct.1––Pisgah Presbyterian Church, Versailles, KY 
“Justification: The Doctrine upon which the Church Stands or Falls”

Oct. 8––North Avenue Presbyterian Church, Atlanta, GA 
“The Protestant Reformation: Why It Happened and Who Should Care”

Oct. 11––Sardis Presbyterian Church, Charlotte, NC 
“The Protestant Reformation: Why It Happened and Who Should Care”

Oct. 13-15 Presbyterian College, Clinton, SC 
Lay School of Theology: Reformed Theology

Oct. 17-18––Wheaton College, Wheaton, IL, 
Presbyterian Scholars Conference: “Source, Supplement, or Subversive: The Holy Spirit in the History of Presbyterianism”

Nov. 1––Mallard Creek Presbyterian Church, Charlotte, NC 
“Theological Renewal and the Reformation of our Minds”

Nov. 5––Lake Murray Presbyterian Church, Chapin, SC 
Kirkin’ o’ Tartan Service: “Once You Were No People, But Now …”
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Presbyterian Scholars Conference


October 17th and 18th, 2017

Harbor House, Wheaton, IL

Location: Harbor House, Wheaton, IL,

Campus Map Brochure
(Click on the Link above to view a Wheaton Campus Brochure)

Registration: $50 (You can pay in advance or at the door)

Registration Contact: Jeff McDonald, jsmcdonald@unomaha.edu (402) 682-1439

518 Martin Drive, Bellevue, NE

Recommended Hotel: Hampton Inn, Carol Stream, IL: (Click on the Link to the left to access the Hampton Inn)

Tuesday, October 17th

a.m. Welcome and Prayer

Dr. C. Hassell Bullock, Professor of Old Testament Emeritus, Wheaton College

Former President of the Evangelical Theological Society

“The Challenges and Opportunities of Presbyterian Theological Education”

Dr. William Robinson, President Emeritus, Whitworth University, Washington, Trustee, Princeton Theological Seminary

a.m. “Jonathan Edwards Experiments with Covenant Theology”

Dr. Michael Bush, Pastor, Pisgah Presbyterian Church, Versailles, Kentucky, Vice-President of Theology Matters

a.m. “Wynn Kenyon, the Lingering Legacy of the UPCNA, and the 1970s Presbyterian

Battle for the Bible”

Dr. Jeff McDonald, Pastor, Avery Presbyterian Church, Bellevue, Nebraska

Affiliate Professor of Church History, Sioux Falls Seminary—Omaha campus

p.m. Lunch/Fellowship Time

p.m. “The Neglected Wisdom and Witness of Evangelical Presbyterian James Orr (1844-

1913): An Exercise in Theological Retrieval”

Dr. Glen Scorgie, Professor of Theology, Bethel Seminary, San Diego

p.m. “William P. Merrill, the Brick Church, and the Fundamentalist/Modernist Conflict”

Dr. Bradley J. Longfield, Professor of Church History, University of Dubuque Theological Seminary

p.m.- 3:30 p.m. Break/Fellowship Time

p.m. “B.B. Warfield’s Study Abroad, 1876/77”

Dr. Bradley Gundlach, Professor of History, Trinity College, Deerfield, Illinois

p.m. “Two Kingdoms, One Lord, Every Square Inch: Presbyterians and Culture.”

Dr. Darryl G. Hart, Distinguished Associate Professor of History, Hillsdale College

p.m. Dinner/Fellowship Time

p.m. “Bruce Metzger: Evangelist, Teacher, and Historian”

Mr. John Mackay Metzger, Author of The Hand and the Road: The Life and Times of John A. Mackay

p.m. “W. Stanford Reid and the Importance of Reformation History for Mainline

Protestantism Today”

Dr. A. Donald MacLeod, Research Professor of Church History, Tyndale Seminary, Toronto, President of the Canadian Society of Presbyterian History

p.m. Dessert Reception

Wednesday, October 18th

a.m. Roundtable Discussion on A. Donald MacLeod’s W. Stanford Reid: An Evangelical

Calvinist in the Academy winner of the Donald Grant Creighton Award for Best Biography (Ontario Historical Society) and the T. Melville Bailey Award (Canadian Society of Presbyterian History).

Comments

-Dr. Bradley J. Longfield, Professor of Church History, University of Dubuque Theological Seminary

-Dr. Michael Bush, Pastor, Pisgah Presbyterian Church, Versailles (KY)

-Dr. Jeff McDonald, Pastor, Avery Presbyterian Church, Bellevue (NE)

Affiliate Professor of Church History, Sioux Falls Seminary, Omaha campus

Response

-Dr. A. Donald MacLeod, Research Professor of Church History, Tyndale Seminary (Toronto), President of the Canadian Society of Presbyterian History

a.m. “The words before the Word: Tracing Calvin’s Prefaces in Reformed Bibles”

Dr. Jennifer Powell McNutt, Associate Professor of Theology and History of Christianity, Wheaton College

a.m. "Source, Supplement, or Subversive? The Holy Spirit and Presbyterianism"

Dr. Richard Burnett, Executive Director and Editor, Theology Matters

a.m. “Chalmers, Hodge, Thornwell, Grant, Sun Chu Kil: Is there anything common

about Presbyterians on church and state?”

Dr. Mark A. Noll, Francis McAnaney Professor of History Emeritus, University of Notre Dame, Research Professor of History, Regent College, Vancouver, B.C.

a.m. Lunch/Fellowship Time