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Dr. Carolyn Osiek Lecture
"A Second Phoebe?
Julia Felix, Entrepreneur"
McGee Endowed Lecture Series
Changing Human Nature through Technology: So What's the Problem?" A Lecture by: Dr. Gerald McKenny
Shurden Lecture Series
"The False Divide: Religious Support for Separation of Church and State"
Defending Constantine: A Panel Discussion
Did the Christianization of the Roman Empire under Constantine mean the Church fell into hopeless compromise with the world?
Dr. Harold W. Attridge
Josephus, Luke, and the Uses of History
Religion Department Lecture
Short-Term Mission Trips: Are They Worth our Investment of Time, Money, and Effort?
W.H. Bellinger, Jr. Lecture
W.H. Bellinger, Jr., Cornelia Marschall Smith Faculty of the Year presents lecture: A Baylor Liberal Arts Education: Why Bother with the Old Testament
Donna M. Johnson Lecture
Holy Ghost Girl
Religion Department Chair Receives Professor of the Year Award
Dr. Bill Bellinger, Professor and Chair of the Religion Department at Baylor University, has been named the 2013 recipient of the Cornelia Marschall Smith Professor of the Year award.
Drumwright Lecture Series
"The Name of God"
Religion Department Annual Lecture
"You Are What You Wear: Reflections on Clothing and Christian Identity"
Dr. Mark Goodacre Lecture
Was Jesus Married to Mary Magdalene?
Dr. Konrad Schmid Lecture
The Theology of Creation: Genesis and the Ambivalence of the Cosmos in Genesis 1-9
Dr. Graham Ward Lecture
The City and the Birth of Modern Theology
Religion Department Graduate Students Profiled for Accomplishments
Kyle Welty wins F. Bullitt Lowery prize.
Mike Whitenton has article published in top-tier journal.
Religion Faculty retires after 50 years
Dr. Bob Patterson recognized for 50 years of service at the Baylor 2012 Annual Service Awards Ceremony.
Religion Professor Wins Awards
Dr. Doug Weaver, associate professor of religion at Baylor University, has been named the 2009 recipient of the Norman W. Cox Award for his award-winning article in the Baptist History and Heritage Society Joural.