The Tenth Annual Collegium on Christ,

Knowledge, and Wisdom

 

Pleasant Plains Baptist Church

January 16 & 17, 2007

 

Tuesday, January 16, 2006

 

9:00-10:00                   Session One:

Integrating Faith and Learning: An Unapologetic Case for Christian Higher Education: David Dockery

10:00- 10:15                Q & A (Break)

10:15- 11:00                Session Two: Doctrinal Distinctives of Christian Higher Education: David Dockery

11:00- 11:15                Break

11:30- 12:15                Session Three: The Doctrine of Creation and Implications for Faculty Discipleship at Union University: Terry Morrison

                                    20 minutes for Reflective Questions on Creation

12:15- 2:00                  Lunch and Babette’s Feast                   

2:00- 3:00                    Session Four: The Doctrine of Incarnation: An Inductive Bible Study Approach ; Terry Morrison                                   

3:00- 3:30                    Academic Disciplines questionnaire for Session Seven

Closing Prayer

 

Wednesday,  January 17, 2006        

                                   

9:00 -10:00                  Session Five: The Doctrine of Redemption; Terry Morrison

10:00-10:15                 Break

10:15- 11:30                Session Six: The Gospel and the Disciplines Part I ; Hal Poe

11:30- 12:30                Lunch and Discussion of Readings

12:30- 2:00                  Session Seven: The Gospel and the Disciplines: Part II;

2:00- 2:30                    Session Eight: Faith Integration: A Matter of Discipleship;

                                    Nan Thomas                            

Closing Prayer

 

Readings:

Learning in Wartime; The Weight of Glory; C.S. Lewis

The Spirit of the Disciplines; Dallas Willard pp 1-74; 130-191.

The Cost of Discipleship; Dietrich Bonhoeffer pp 45-86; 117-128.

Integrating Faith and Learning: An Unapologetic Case for Christian

 Higher Education;  David S. Dockery       

  

An appetite for knowledge and beauty exists in the human mind and God makes no appetite in vain. We can therefore pursue knowledge as such and beauty as such, in the sure confidence that by doing so we are either advancing to the vision of God ourselves or indirectly helping others to do so."

-C.S. Lewis; “Learning in Wartime;” The Weight of Glory