Christian Thought Colloquia
2013 - Christian Thought and Mission
The Christian Thought Colloquium is an annual series of accessible lectures by members of the seminary faculty. The Colloquium is sponsored by the Division of Christian Thought, which includes the departments of Theology, Apologetics and Ethics, and Church History. Each session includes a lecture-presentation, followed by a time of Q&A. And, BYO lunch is always welcome. Join us!
March 12, 2014
Kristine Whaley: "How Can the World Be Saved?: A Look at Augustine's Theology of Redemption Through Modern Literature."
- Time: 12:00 - 12:50pm
- Location: Classroom 100A
- Moderator: Dr. Don Payne
Kristine received her BA in English from the University of Northern Colorado and her MA in Theology from Denver Seminary. She is currently studying for her Masters of English from UNC where she is focusing on the interdisciplinary connection between literature and theology.