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  • The 17th Annual T.B. Maston Lectures in Christian Ethics

    Monday, March 27 & Tuesday, March 28, 2017

    What's to Become of Us: Christian Hope in a Posthuman World

    Dr. Jeph Holloway, Lecturer
    Professor of Theology and Ethics at East Texas Baptist University

    Lecture One - The Rise of the Manchine

    Monday, March 27 @ 7:00 p.m. at Logsdon Chapel, Hardin-Simmons University

    Lecture Two - Sharing in God’s Triumph

    Tuesday, March 28 @ 9:30 a.m. at Behrens Auditorium, Hardin-Simmons University

    About Dr. Jeph Holloway

    Jeph Holloway holds the rank of Professor at East Texas Baptist University. He has an earned M.Div. and Ph.D. from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, focusing in the field of Christian ethics. He has done additional graduate study at Duke University and Columbia Theological Seminary. He has taught at both undergraduate and undergraduate levels. His most recent publication is The Poetics of Grace: Christian Ethics as Theodicy: Volume 1, The Hope of God’s Calling (Cascade Books, 2013). Since 1978, his ministry experiences include serving in the positions of youth minister, assistant pastor, interim pastor, and pastor.

    About the T.B. Maston Lectures in Christian Ethics

    The T.B. Maston Lectures in Christian Ethics are an annual lecture series presented by Hardin-Simmons University’s Logsdon Seminary and Logsdon School of Theology. These lectures seek to honor the legacy of Dr. T.B. Maston, longtime Professor of Christian ethics and pioneering Baptist ethicist, known for his writing and teaching in the areas of biblical ethics, race relations, family life, the Christian and vocation, church and state, and character formation. This lecture series is one of many events presented by Logsdon throughout the year designed to help resource ministers, churches and students.