On Tuesday, Sept. 29, NOBTS will host a conference titled “Baptist Voices on Religious Liberty: Left, Right, and Center.” The event was organized by Dr. Lloyd Harsch, NOBTS Professor of Church History and Baptist Studies, and Director of the Institute for Faith and the Public Square. It will be co-sponsored by the Baptist Center for Theology & Ministry (which I direct), as well as the Baptist History & Heritage Society.
Below is a conference schedule and a flyer. The plan is to stream the event live online and to post a recording at a later date. Currently, I do not have those links, but I will provide that information when it becomes available. The conference is free of charge and is scheduled to meet in the Leavell Chapel on the campus of NOBTS.
The schedule is as follows:
1:05-1:35 Russell Moore, ERLC
1:35-2:05 William Brackney, Acadia College, Canada
2:05-2:35 J. Brent Walker, Baptist Joint Committee
3:00-3:30 Suzii Paynter, Cooperative Baptist Fellowship
3:30-4:00 Mike Edens, representing the Middle East
4:00-4:30 Kenneth McDowell, Union Baptist Seminary
7:00-8:30 Gregory Komendant, Kiev Theological Seminary
8:30-9:00 Q & A with all speakers
9:00 Book signing and meet with speakers