Campbell University Divinity School is hitting the road, traveling around North Carolina offering a series of ThED Talks that will be on engaging topics related to theological education, presented by our outstanding faculty. These regional events will give the school the opportunity to connect to individuals who are not familiar with us, reconnect with those who are, and celebrate the exciting things going on in our community.
Campbell Divinity School ThED Talks – Greenville Area
Sunday, April 22nd
2:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The Greenville area is the second stop for Campbell Divinity School’s ThED Talks! Join the Divinity School on Sunday, April 22nd for a series of brief, engaging talks on interesting topics presented by our outstanding faculty. Come and learn about some of the exciting studies and conversations happening in Theological EDucation.
Greenville and surrounding area residents, Campbell Divinity alumni, supporters, students, and anyone interested in talking about exciting topics related to faith and ministry are invited to attend! Make plans to join us and bring others with you!
Refreshments will be provided throughout the duration of the event.
Freebies and opportunities for great fellowship will also be provided! Giveaways will include Campbell Divinity goodies and a drawing for an iPad mini!
Not able to stay the entire time? Drop by for as long as you can! This is a floating event with exciting talks dispersed throughout the afternoon.
ThED Talk Schedule:
2:00 p.m. Event officially begins
Refreshments available as people arrive
Time of fellowship
Giveaway and resource tables open
2:35 p.m. First ThED Talk: “Gaining a Heart of Wisdom: A Model of Theological Interpretation of the Old Testament for Christian Ministry” – Dr. Barry Jones, Professor of Old Testament & Hebrew
2:50 p.m. First Talk Q&A
2:55 p.m. Break
3:15 p.m. Second ThED Talk: “Following the Call of Christ: Light for the Path from Christian History” – Dr. Lydia Hoyle, Associate Professor of Church History and Baptist Heritage
3:30 p.m. Second Talk Q&A
3:35 p.m. Break
3:55 p.m. Third ThED Talk: “What Christians in the Global South Are Saying About Jesus, Faith and the Church” – Dr. Caleb Oladipo, Professor and Snellings Chair of Evangelism and Christian Mission
4:10 p.m. Q&A for Third Talk
4:15 p.m. Closing
Oakmont Baptist Church
1100 Red Banks Road
We welcome and encourage you to bring a friend, family member, fellow minister, and/or congregant with you! Complete the form below or call Campbell Divinity School to register you and your guest(s) to attend!ThED Talk Registration
Campbell University Divinity School
(800) 334-4111, ext. 1830
Dr. Barry Jones
Professor of Old Testament and Hebrew
Dr. Barry Jones Biography
Dr. Lydia Hoyle
Associate Professor of Church History and Baptist Heritage
Dr. Lydia Hoyle Biography
Dr. Caleb Oladipo
Professor and Snellings Chair of Evangelism and Christian Mission
Dr. Caleb Oladipo Biography
Campbell University Divinity School Admissions Office
910) 893-1830 or (800) 760-9827, ext. 1830