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Freed-Hardeman Lectures 2011: Day Two

by Bryant Evans on February 9, 2011

The Freed-Hardeman Lectures entered their first full day Tuesday with sessions beginning as early as 7:30 AM. Attendance appeared roughly equal to that  of past years although there may be some slight decrease because of weather concerns. A new lectureship track is offered this year on writing for religious publications. Three sessions were offered at […]

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Freed-Hardeman Lectures, 2011: Day Two, James Gardner

by Bryant Evans on February 8, 2011

I just listened to James Gardner offer what I think is the best lecture so far at the Freed-Hardeman Lectureships. James Gardner, an associate professor of Philosophy and Bible and Freed-Hardeman, address the question, Do Current Calamities Indicate the Judgment of God?” The text comes from Haggai 2:6-7. Gardner’s presentation was well balanced and centered […]

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Freed-Hardeman Lectures, 2011 – Day One

by Bryant Evans on February 7, 2011

Freed-Hardeman seemed like home as the snow began to fall on the first day of the 75th annual Bible Lectureship. The first lesson in the main series track was from Justin Rogers. His topic was “The Minor Prophets: The Messengers.” It was a fine introduction to the Minor Prophets. It was followed by David Pharr’s […]

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Freed-Hardeman Lectures Begin Today

by Bryant Evans on February 7, 2011

The annual Bible Lectureship at Freed-Hardeman University begins today. As we have done in the past we will be blogging daily on the lessons and events on campus. Open Forum is typically the most curious event on campus. Dr. Ralph Gilmore will be at the podium again this year. The lectureship focus this year will […]

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Where It Began

by Bryant Evans on February 6, 2009

Paul asked the Corinthians to bear with him in a little foolishness (2 Corinthians 11:1) and so I ask you to bear with me a bit over a very special story. In the summer of 1986 I met a young Tennessee girl who happened to be in an English literature class I was taking at […]

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