Theological Research Symposium- October 20
On Tuesday, October 20, BJU Seminary’s PhD program will host the Fall 2020 Theological Research Symposium. The symposium is a forum for presenting and responding to scholarly theological papers.
Dr. Layton Talbert, professor of theology at BJU Seminary, will present a paper entitled “Wrestling with Leviathan: A Case Study in Literal Interpretation,” with a response given by Dr. Robert Bell. Dr. Mark Sidwell, professor of history in the College of Arts and Science, will present a paper entitled “The Reformation as Revival: The Historical Vision of Jean Henri Merle d’Aubigné,” with a response given by Dr. John Matzko. A question and answer time will open to members of the audience after each paper is presented.
The symposium is open to all all faculty, staff, graduate students, and members of the general public (As a reminder, university guests are to go to the Welcome Center for a health screening before attending). The event will be held in Room 113 of the seminary building and will last from 6:30-9:00 PM EST.