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Dr. Thomas Ice to speak at 17th Barndollar Lectureship Series
Author, researcher, and teacher Dr. Thomas Ice is the featured speaker for the 17th Barndollar Lectureship Series at Baptist Bible Seminary on September 20-23.
The annual event enables BBS students and faculty to meet and interact with well-known, respected theologians and teachers on important theological matters. Lecturers expand students' horizons and stimulate them to dig deeper into the particular theme area. Pastors and other community members are encouraged to attend Dr. Ice's lectures.
Executive Director of the Pre-Trib Research Center in Lynchburg, VA, Dr. Ice will speak on the "History of the Doctrine of the Rapture." Sessions begin each morning at 9 a.m., in the Stowell Seminary Building.
Dr. Ice has authored and co-authored nearly three dozen books, written hundreds of articles, and is a frequent conference speaker. He has served as a pastor for 15 years. Dr. Ice has a B.A., from Howard Payne University, a Th.M. from Dallas Theological Seminary and a Ph.D. from Tyndale Theological Seminary, and is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Wales. He lives with his wife Janice in Lynchburg.
The Barndollar Lectureship Series was established in 1993 in memory of W. Walker Barndollar. It honors his years of service to BBC&S as a professor committed to the pursuit of academic excellence. The desire is for Seminary faculty to choose a speaker with academic credibility who can model the finest in English Bible exposition to seminarians.
The Barndollar Lectureship is held during the same week as the Council on Dispensational Hermeneutics. Learn more about this special, third annual event at www.bbc.edu/council.
For additional information about the Barndollar Lectureship Series, contact Dr. Lee Kliewer at email@example.com or 570.585.9360.
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Posted on: 8/16/2010 7:59:23 AM