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Lecture Series

 

The Dr John V. York Missio Dei Lecture Series features noted scholars and cutting-edge visionaries whose message will enrich and empower the lives and ministries of PAThS students and guests.

Previous Lecture Series:

  • Dr. Alan Johnson, with Rev. Don Corbin and Rev. Paul York: Apostolic Function and Mission, 2007
  • Dr. Byron Klaus: Remembering the Past and Discerning the Future in the Second Pentecostal Century, 2010
  • Dr. James Bradford: Faith and Science: Are They in Conflict?, 2013

 

 

Dr. Craig S. Keener, preeminent New Testament scholar, was our guest lecturer December 1-3, 2016. Dr. Keener is Professor of New Testament at Asbury Theological Seminary in Wilmore, Kentucky. He earned his PhD in New Testament Studies and Christian Origins from Duke University. He is the author of seventeen books, four of which have won book awards from Christianity Today. His Bible Background Commentary has sold more than half a million copies. Dr. Keener is a frequent contributor to both academic and popular journals. He is the editor of the Bulletin for Biblical Research. Craig's wife, Médine Moussounga Keener, was our guest lecturer for special morning sessions. Dr. Medine Keener earned her PhD from the University of Paris 7, and previously taught at Eastern University. She is currently coordinator of family formation at Asbury Theological Seminary. Médine was a refugee for 18 months in her home country of Congo-Brazzaville. Together they work for ethnic reconciliation in Africa and elsewhere. 

Latest news

The PAThS leadership team is pleased to announce a partnership initiative with the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary (AGTS) to offer a new doctoral degree for Africa, beginning with the 2016 PAThS cohort.

The PAThS Academic Affairs Committee is pleased to announce the Lectureship Emergence and Advancement Program (LEAP) Fellowship and the selection of the first PAThS Leap Fellow, Dr. Béchié GNANCHOU.

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