WASHINGTON, D.C., May 4, 2022— Multiple organizations, including the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Commission, are partnering together on an important event to address the topic of “The Image of God: What it Means to be Human in a Culture of Death.”
The event will be held May 24-25 at the Riley Center on the campus of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Other partnering organizations include Stand For Life, an ERLC initiative, and SWBTS’s Land Center for Cultural Engagement.
Featured speakers include:
- John Kilner, Professor Emeritus of Bioethics and Contemporary Culture, Trinity International University;
- Scott Rae, Dean of Faculty and Professor of Christian Ethics, Talbot School of Theology, Biola University;
- Jennifer Marshall Patterson, Director of the Institute of Theology and Public Life, Reformed Theological Seminary;
- C. Ben Mitchell, Graves Chair of Moral Philosophy, Union University;
- John Stonestreet, President, Colson Center for Christian Worldview; and
- Thomas Kidd, Research Professor of Church History, Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.
Full scholarships are available for pre-conference participants upon request. Online registration is available here.
The colloquium will be held as a pre-conference to a two-track Faculty Development Conference, May 25-27, hosted by the International Alliance for Christian Education.
One track will focus on faculty members who have been teaching less than five years, while the other will be designed for those with extensive classroom experience and aspirations for attaining positions such as program director, department chair or dean.
Separate registrations are required for the pre-conference and the Faculty Development Conference, even for those attending both events.