Parchman Endowed Lectures

Parchman Endowed Lectures

What Did Martin Luther Change, and Why? John "the Golden Mouth" and his Beloved Apostle Paul
October 24th-25th, 2017 Paul Powell Chapel | Truett Seminary
Featuring Robert Kolb Dr. Robert A. Kolb
Professor Emeritus and the International Research Emeritus Professor for the Institute for Mission Studies Concordia Seminary, St. Louis

Robert A. Kolb is International Research Emeritus Professor for Institute for Mission Studies at Concordia Seminary in St. Louis, Missouri. He has lectured at more than 40 educational institutions on five continents and at many ecclesiastical gatherings. Since 1996 he has been Gastdozent at the Lutherische Theologische Hochschule in Oberursel, Germany.

Schedule of Events Tuesday, October 24th
11am Luther’s Redefinition of Being Christian: From Ritual to Proclamation
7pm Luther’s Language Games: The Reformational Transformation of Theological Terms
Wednesday, October 25th
11am Luther on Conspicuous Consumption: A New Ethic for Everyday Life
About The Parchman Endowed Lectures bring world-renowned theologians to the Baylor campus and enable George W. Truett Theological Seminary to make a significant contribution to the realm of theological dialogue and the life of the church. All events are free and open to the public and will be held in the Paul W. Powell Chapel at Baylor University's George W. Truett Theological Seminary.
Previous presenters include:
  • Margaret Mitchell (2016-2017)
  • Alister McGrath (2015-2016)
  • Dana Robert (2014-15)
  • Richard Mouw (2013-14)
  • Geoffrey Wainwright (2012-13)
  • Scot McKnight (2011-12)
  • Richard Bauckham (2010-11)
  • Lamin Sanneh (2009-10)
  • Bill Leonard (2008-09)
  • Ben Witherington III (2007-08)
  • Justo Gonzalez (2006-07)
  • Eugene Peterson (2005-06)
  • James Forbes (2004-05)
  • Walter Brueggemann (2003-04)
  • John Polkinghorne (2002-03)
  • N.T. Wright (2001-02)
  • Lewis B. Smedes (2000-01)
  • Jurgen Moltmann (1999-00)
Media You can watch or listen to our previous guests at the Parchman Lectures Media Library.