This Week at Baylor – Jan. 9-14, 2017Jan. 9, 2017
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WACO, Texas (Jan. 9, 2017) – This week, Baylor University will host notable events, including a lecture on the origin of evil.
TUESDAY, Jan. 10
Kelley Coblentz Bautch Lecture – Kelley Coblentz Bautch, Ph.D., associate professor of religious and theological studies at St. Edward’s University, will lecture on “Rogue Angels and the Origin of Evil: Contemporary Perspectives on Ancient Theology” at 3:30 p.m. in Miller Chapel in Tidwell Bible Building, 600 Speight Ave. The lecture is sponsored by the Department of Religion in the College of Arts & Sciences, Baylor University Press and the Office of the Vice Provost for Research.
WEDNESDAY, Jan. 11
Chapel Highlights – Nick Hall, founder of PULSE, a prayer and evangelism movement on mission to empower the Church and awaken culture to the reality of Jesus, will speak in Chapel at 9:05, 10:10 and 11:15 a.m. For more information and a list of future Chapel speakers, visit the Chapel website.
Movies with MA – Baylor students, faculty and staff are invited to join the Department of Multicultural Affairs to see the film, “Hidden Figures,” at 6 p.m. at Starplex Theater and to discuss the movie afterwards. Purchase of a movie ticket is required at the theater. For more information, visit the Baylor Calendar.
by Kelsey Dehnel, student newswriter, (254) 710-6805
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