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The Southern Baptists, Evangelicals, and the Future of Denominationalism Conference took place Oct. 6-9, 2009 and featured addresses from a group of prominent evangelical leaders including Duane Litfin, Michael Lindsay, Timothy George, Albert Mohler and David S. Dockery.
 
The KJV400 Festival was held September 15-17, 2011 on the Union University campus. It was a festival that celebrated the broad cultural impact of the King James Version in honor of its 400th anniversary, and it featured addresses from Timothy George, Leland Ryken and John Woodbridge along with interdisiplinary analyses by Union faculty members.
 
One Bible, One Gospel: Exploring the Unity of Scripture was a conference held by the R.C. Ryan Center for Biblical Studies April 27-28, 2007. The conference featured plenary addresses on the unity of scripture by Paul House and breakout sessions by Grant Osborne, Ken Matthews and the Union University faculty.
 
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When C. S. Lewis undertook his study of the Psalms, he said that it "is not what is called an 'apologetic' work," by which he meant a book "trying to convince unbelievers that Christianity is true." In another sense, however, apologetics is precisely what this devotional book for believers really is. In addition to believers, Lewis indicated that h…
 
The Psalms are like a densely thicketed forest with five distinct yet connected sections. As a forest is only as beautiful as the sum of its trees, the Psalms overarching glory eludes us if we mainly study them individually. Sometimes interpretations and applications are missed because a key observation has been overlooked by focusing on just one "…
 
It is easy to forget that the Psalms are 150 separate poems. They are creative, emotional, lyrical poems designed in the mind of God. The poetry is easy to overlook because we read the Psalms in English translations. This breakout session will help us to rediscover the poetry of the Psalms. We will examine the use of descriptive imagery, helpful co…
 
A crucial question in reading Scripture is surprisingly simple: "What am I reading for?" This session will take us through some major reasons we read Scripture. We will see that people normally read the Bible to understand: ancient history, ancient literature, ancient culture, God's rules, God's promises, or simple facts. We will see that each of t…
 
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