Author: bchollon

The Problem of Evil – AXIS

Please join us as we host AXIS at Malone University for a presentation on the enduring Problem of Evil. The mission of Axis is to “empower the next generation to think clearly and critically about what they believe and to take ownership of a lifelong faith.” This event is open to the public and will be especially suited for college students and high school youth groups. Read more about the presentation below.   Date: October 22, 2014 Time: 7:00 p.m. Location: JC 106 (Johnson Center Dining Room) RSVP by clicking here.  Event Description: The Problem of Evil: One of...

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Coming Soon: New Name, New Look!

Dear Friends, In the past few months the Center for Theology & Ministry’s website has been mostly quiet, but we’ve been busy behind the scenes making plans for the 2014/2015 academic year. Although we will continue to publicize coming events and activities as the months progress, I’d like to announce two significant changes that are coming soon. First, we are changing our name from the Center for Theology & Ministry to the Malone Center for Christian Faith & Culture. Rest assured that we will continue to host events relevant to pastors and lay leaders, but this new name will serve us well as...

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End of the School Year Message

Dear Friends, Now that the 2013/2014 school year has come to a close, I would like to offer a word of thanks to everyone who attended our events and offered words and messages of encouragement. The Center for Theology & Ministry had a very successful year. We promoted and hosted 10 events with more than 600 attendees. The response from community members has been both positive and appreciative. Please know that we are grateful for your support and look forward to an even better year in 2014/2015. Although I have technically been on sabbatical this semester, we already have three...

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Dr. William Cavanaugh, Woolman Lectures, March 11th and 12th, 2014

RSVP Here! A Message from Dr. Shawn Floyd (Founder of the Woolman Lecture Series): I am pleased to announce the 2013-2014 John Woolman Lectures.  These lectures will take place on March 11 and 12, 2014.  This year’s lecturer is Dr. William Cavanaugh, Professor of Theology and Catholic Studies at DePaul University.   He received his B.A. from Notre Dame, his M.A. from Cambridge University, and his Ph.D. from Duke University. His areas of teaching and research include political theology, economic ethics, and ecclesiology. He is the author of many articles and has edited or authored a number of books, includingTorture and Eucharist (1998), Theopolitical Imagination (2003), Being...

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An Invitation to Observe Lent

Today is Ash Wednesday, which officially begins the season of Lent. The essay below, written by a Free Church Christian, offers a good argument for observing Lent. I’ve pasted the first few paragraphs, and you can read the remainder of the essay by clicking the link at the bottom. I’m a Southern Baptist, which, among other things, means I’m a low church, free church evangelical. Furthermore, I’m a convictionally reformational Baptist, meaning I resonate with what I believe to be the best of the magisterial reformers in terms of Scripture and salvation and the best of the radical reformers...

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