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Florida College Lectures

11 Jan

I am very excited to be attending the lectures at Florida College this year. It has been three years. The theme this year is concerning the prophets of the captivity. This is an area of the Bible in which I consider myself weak. Here is a link to the lecture page at the Florida College website: http://www.floridacollege.edu/Lectures/

The following lectures are the ones I hope to be able to attend:
Monday Night – The Sovereign Lord of History – Melvin Curry
Tuesday:
8 – Examining Realized Eschatology – Jason Longstreeth
9 – The Incurable Wound – Colly Caldwell|
10 – Trusting in Gods that Cannot Save – Leon Mauldin
11 – The Appeal of Egypt in the OT – Nathan Ward
12 – Roads and Seas Less Travelled – Ferrell Jenkins
Tuesday Night – Our God is a Consuming Fire – Tommy Peeler
Wednesday:
8 – Elements of Reform in the Kings – Doy Moyer
9 – Wrong Responses to Captivity – Mark Roberts
10 – Jeremiah and Jesus: The Rejected Prophet Theme in Matthew – Tom Hamilton
11 – Chatlos Library Restoration History Collection – Earl Robertson
12 – Making Sense of “the Last Days” – Marty Pickup
Thursday:
8 – Comparing Samuel/Kings with Chronicles – Tommy Peeler
9 – Will Good Come out of This Evil? – Jason Longstreeth
10 – Roman Imagery in the Book of Revelation – David McClister
11 – The Trial of Faith: Lesser and Greater – Almon Williams
12 – OT Saints: Strangers and Pilgrims – Melvin Curry
Thursday Night – The God of Hope – Ray Madrigal

I am also excited about the release of a Book of Essays in honor of Colly Caldwell, former president and current professor of Florida College. The essays in this book are on or related to the text of Ephesians.

Last but not least, I am excited to see some family. I have cousins in Orlando and an aunt, uncle, and cousins in Tampa that I have not seen since 2007.

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One response to “Florida College Lectures

  1. Tim Caldwell

    January 12, 2010 at 6:26 pm

    When are you coming?

     

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