Terence E. Fretheim, Elva B. Lovell Professor Emeritus of Old Testament at Luther Seminary, was featured at the 2014 Prentice Meador Distinguished Lectures on October 14, 2014.  The lecture was entitled "God's Gracious Gift of the Law for the Sake of Life".  You can see it here.

Lipscomb established the Meador Lectures in honor of Prentice A. Meador Jr., a longtime minister and professor at Lipscomb who died Nov. 25, 2008. The annual series is intended to highlight work done in innovative, effective Christian communication. 

The inaugural Meador lecture featured Landon Saunders and Mike Cope, friends of Meador’s as well as nationally known ministers and speakers. Other presenters include Dead Sea Scrolls scholar Weston W. Fields and Scot McKnight, noted author and New Testament scholar.

For more information on the Prentice Meador Distinguished Lectures, contact Ken Durham at ken.durham@lipscomb.edu or at 615.966.5799.