FWB Theological Symposium

October 22 and 23, 2018
Mabee Auditorium (Barber Center), Randall University

Randall University will host the annual Free Will Baptist Theological Symposium on October 22–23, 2018. The event is completely free, and no advance registration is required.

Those traveling from out of town can make lodging reservations at Holiday Inn Express or Spring Hill Suites in Moore. Dining options are available in the area, but Randall University will provide lunch on Tuesday on campus for any Symposium attendee.

The event will be held in the Mabee Auditorium, located in the Barber Center. This is the main campus building on the front part of the campus, visible from I-35.

For more information, email fwbtheology@gmail.com.

 

Symposium Schedule

Monday, October 22, 2018 

6:00pm

Welcome and Prayer

Matthew Pinson, W. Jackson Watts

6:15pm

Cultivating a Culture of Wisdom in the Local Church

presented by Jeff Blair

7:05pm

Refreshments and Discussion

7:25pm

Practicing Theology in Youth Ministry

presented by Christopher Talbot

 

Saturday, April 28 

9:00am

Welcome and Prayer

9:05am

The Lord’s Supper as Meaningful and Open

presented by Cory Thompson

9:55am

Refreshments and Discussion

10:15am

The Lucan Concept of Perseverance

presented by Thomas Marberry

11:05am

Break

11:15am

The Institutional Good of Marriage and the Family

presented by Matthew Steven Bracey

12:05pm

Lunch—Randall University Cafe

2:05pm

Thomism to Augustinianism: Free Will Baptist Bible College and the Hybrid Christian Education Model

presented by Phillip Morgan

2:55pm

Refreshments and Discussion

3:15pm

Was This What Watts Would Have Wanted? : An Analysis of Isaac Watt’s Rationale and Method for Reforming English Metrical Psalmody with Application for Contemporary Trends

presented by Derek Cominskie

4:05pm

Dinner at Area Restaurants

6:30pm

Creation and the Role of Wisdom in Proverbs 8: What Can We Learn?

presented by Matthew McAffee

7:20pm

Refreshments and Discussion

7:40pm

Post Tenebras Lux

presented by Ronald Callaway

8:30pm

Closing Remarks and Announcements