Upcoming Event: “Christology without Christlikeness” with Dr. Malcolm Yarnell

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The Council of Chalcedon (451) was one of the most important events in church history. What were the triumps? What were the failures? And what can we learn along the way? Dr. Malcolm Yarnell will address these questions (and more) in his upcoming online lecture:

Christology without Christlikeness: Triumph and Failure at the Council of Chalcedon (451).

The L. Russ Bush Center for Faith and Culture invites you to join us for this online Drummond-Bush Lecture with Dr. Yarnell on Friday, October 2 at 7:00pm.

About Dr. Malcolm Yarnell

Malcolm Yarnell

Malcolm B. Yarnell III is Research Professor of Systematic Theology at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas. Dr. Yarnell’s most recent book is a biblical theology, Who Is the Holy Spirit? (Nashville, 2019). His most widely reviewed volumes include a biblical theology, God the Trinity (Nashville, 2016); an historical theology, Royal Priesthood in the English Reformation (Oxford, 2014); and a theological method, The Formation of Christian Doctrine (Nashville, 2007).

About the Drummond-Bush Lecture

The Drummond-Bush Lecture was established in 2011 and made possible by a generous gift from Mrs. Drummond in memory of her late husband Dr. Lewis Drummond, fourth president of Southeastern Seminary. This lectureship also honors Dr. L. Russ Bush who at the time of his death was professor of Philosophy at Southeastern Seminary and director of the L. Russ Bush Center for Faith and Culture. The main purpose of this lecture series is to address apologetic and cultural issues related to the life and ministry of the Church.

Center for Faith and Culture

The L. Russ Bush Center for Faith and Culture seeks to engage culture as salt and light, presenting the Christian faith and demonstrating its implications for all areas of human existence.

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