Schedule

This year's seminar theme revolves around the Exodus narrative.  More session information will be available soon. 
The seminar will be hosted in Shamblin theatre.  Click here for a campus map (PDF).

Monday  
   
1:00pm Registration in Shamblin lobby
2:00pm Leonard Allen - "How the Doctrine of the Trinity Keeps the Christian Life on Track"
3:00pm Earl Lavender - "The Exodus As God's Model of Missional Redemption"
4:00pm Open afternoon
6:30pm Devotional (Ken Durham)
7:00pm Leonard Allen - "How the Doctrine of the Trinity Keeps the Christian Life on Track"
8:00pm Terence Fretheim - "A Relational God:  A Key to Interpreting the Book of Exodus"
   
Tuesday  
   
8:30am Light breakfast provided/devotional (Ken Durham)
9:00am Earl Lavender - "Israel as a Missional People"
10:00am Leonard Allen - "How the Doctrine of the Trinity Keeps the Christian Life on Track"
11:00am Terence Fretheim - "Issues of Agency in Exodus:  God Acts Directly, but always through Means"
12:00pm Lunch provided
1:00pm Optional workshop with Ken Durham and Scott Sager
7:00pm Seminar guests are invited to attend the Meador Lecture
   
Wednesday  
   
8:30am Light breakfast provided/devotional (Ken Durham)
9:00am Earl Lavender - "Exodus: Towards a Missional Eschatology"
10:00am David Young - "The Passover as a Background to the Lord's Supper"
11:00am Terence Fretheim - "God and Creation:  Plagues, Sea Crossing, and Wilderness Wandering"