2019 T.B. Maston Lectures

  • The 19th Annual T.B. Maston Lectures in Christian Ethics

    MARCH 25-26, 2019 | LOGSDON CHAPEL

    Dr. Brian Bantum is Associate Professor of Theology at Seattle Pacific University. He writes and teaches on the intersections of theology and embodiment, particularly on questions of race and identity.



    Monday, March 25th

    • 7:00 pm, “The Disruptive Body: Christology for a Raced World” in Logsdon Chapel
    • 8:00 pm, Reception in the Logsdon Reception room

    Tuesday, March 26th

    • 9:30 am, “What if Salvation is a Song? Body, Race, and the Future of the Church” in Behrens Auditorium
    • 12:00 pm, Lunch in the JB Multipurpose room
    • RSVP required for complimentary lunch at: 325-671-2194 or laura.seaton@hsutx.edu





    The T. B. Maston Lectures in Christian Ethics are an annual lecture series presented by Logsdon Seminary and The Logsdon School of Theology of Hardin-Simmons University. These lectures seek to honor the legacy of Dr. T. B. Maston, longtime Professor of Christian Ethics and pioneering Baptist ethicist. Maston was 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.


    2001 Dr. Stanley Hauerwas,
    2002 Dr. Stanley Grenz
    2003 Dr. Foy Valentine
    2004 Dr. Carolyn L. Gordon
    2005 Dr. Millard Fuller
    2006 Dr. J. Brent Walker
    2007 Dr. Allen Verhey
    2008 Dr. Melissa Rogers
    2009 Dr. Emmanuel McCall
    2010 Dr. Joel Gregory
    2011 Dr. William M. Pinson, Jr.
    2012 Dr.Neville Callum
    2013 Dr. Molly Marshall
    2014 Dr. William Hulitt Gloer
    2015 The Honorable Wendell Griffen
    2016 Dr. William H. Willimon
    2017 Dr. Jeph Holloway
    2018 Dr. M. Daniel Carroll R. (Rodas)