Schedule for 2010 Spring Symposium


 

Date
Thursday, April 15 to Sabbath, April 17, 2010

Invitees
Open to Seventh-day Adventist scholars (including graduate students in biblical and theological areas)

Location - see details on travel & accommodations
Evans Hall Auditorium
Southwestern Adventist University, Keene, Texas
100 West Hillcrest Street
Keene, TX 76059

Symposium Bulletin Progam
Download the official bulletin program for the symposium on Sabbath.


Each session will be one hour which includes time for questions/answers and a short break as time allows.
Thursday, April 15, 2010

7:00 pm

Welcome - Stephen Bauer, ATS President-elect

7:10

John Peckham (Professor, Southwestern Adventist University ): "Intrinsic Canonicity and the Inadequacy of the Community to Determine the Canon"

8:10

Michael Campbell (Pastor, Colorado): "Historical Overview of Adventist Views on Creation Science (1844-1948)"

Friday, April 16, 2010

8:30 am

Randall Younker (Andrews University): “Culture and Scripture”

9:00

Winfried Vogel (Seminar Schloss Bogenhofen, Austria): “The Holy and the Profane in Scripture and in Adventism”

10:00

Greg King (Southern Adventist University): “Jesus Against the Law? Another Look at the Antitheses”

11:00

Worship Through Open Testimony Time

12:00 noon

LUNCH

2:00 pm

Edwin Reynolds (PhD, Southern Adventist University): "Genesis 1-2 in the Teaching of Jesus and the Apostles"

3:00

Jiri Moskala (PhD, Andrews University): "Behind the Differences of the Two Biblical Creation Accounts of Genesis 1-2"   

4:00

Lael Caesar (PhD, Andrews University): "Justifying Brutal Deities?"
   

5:00

Supper (Cafeteria open 5-6)

7:00

Singing and Worship

7:30

Suzanne Phillips (PhD, Southwestern Adventist University): "Compelling Evidence for Design in Nature"  

8:30

Art Chadwick (PhD, Southwestern Adventist University): "New Insights on Earth History from the Geologic Record"

Sabbath, April 17, 2010

9:30 am

Tim Standish (PhD, Geoscience Institute): "Why Beliefs Matter: Even in a Postmodern World"

10:30

Martin Hanna (PhD, Andrews University): "It Took a Miracle: Creation, Freedom and Natural Law"

11:30

Church Service Sermon: Stephen Bauer (PhD, Southern Adventist University): "Why Creation Matters"

1 pm

Lunch (Cafeteria open 1-1:30)  

2:30

Bernard Brandstater (MD, Anesthesiology Professor, Loma Linda University): "The Centrality of Creation in Adventist Thought"

3:30

Ed Zinke (ATS Treasurer): "Why Doctrine?  Creation and the Doctrine of Salvation"

4:30

Lucinda Hill Spencer (MD, Adjunct Biology Professor, Southern Adventist University): "Evolution, Spiritualism, and the Authority of Scripture"

5:30

Supper (Cafeteria open 5:30-6:00)
   

7:00

Earl Aagard (PhD, Southern Adventist University): "Why There is No Battle Between 'Creation' and 'Evolution'" *
    
*PLEASE NOTE LOCATION: Keen Church Chapel - This is part of the Saxon Lecture Series in Science and Religion.