Judge Maurice B Foley is Chief Judge of the United States Tax Court and was our speaker for the Spring 2019 Symposium
Event Info: March 19th, 2019
About the Speaker: Judge Foley is the first African American to ever be appointed to the United States Tax Court. He is also an adjunct professor at the University of Colorado School of Law and University of Baltimore
Lecture Title: "His Glory, My Story"
This event was presented by Baylor's J.M. Dawson Endowed Lectures of Church-State Studies and the Baylor Religion Department
Judge Foley's son, Malcolm, is a Baylor Religion PhD candidate and a Baylor Student Regent. He introduced his father's lecture
Judge Foley also shared a lunch and dinner with some Baylor faculty members, administrators, and other invited guests during his visit
Judge Foley shared thoughts on his journey during the banquet in the evening
Dr. G. Hugh Wamble taught church history at the Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Missouri from 1959 until his death in 1991 and was passionately devoted to the Baptist principle of religious liberty. He represented the Missouri Baptist Convention in legislative matters from 1967 to 1975 and was an acknowledged expert on the constitutionality of "parochiaid," government aid to religious schools. He was the author of The Shape of Faith, Baptists, Bible and Authority, Glossalalia in Christian History, and Through Trial to Triumph.
In 1997, at the request of Beverly Wamble, the Dawson Institute received a generous donation to establish the G. Hugh Wamble and Beverly C. Wamble Fund for Religious Liberty. In addition, the Institute received Dr. Wamble's extensive collection of theological and historical research, as well as his private papers and archives, which will be used to educate future generations of students.