Calvary University will be hosting the twelfth annual Council on Dispensational Hermeneutics on September 18–19, 2019. The Council on Dispensational Hermeneutics is a forum where traditional dispensationalists discuss issues involving hermeneutics and theological method. This year, the topic of discussion will be “Dispensationalism, Social Justice, and Race.” The schedule for this year’s conference proves to be exciting as leaders and scholars from all over the country explore different aspects of the Biblical view of social justice and racism.
Weekly Portraits of Calvary Life
Fifty-five students have participated in this week’s J-Term classes. That is the highest J-Term enrollment in many years. While many of the students came back to campus to attend these classes, some viewed the sessions online. J-Term is beneficial for students looking to lighten their course load in the future by taking one class this week before all the others start. The flexibility of online participation is an added bonus! The courses offered this week were Bible Study Methods/Hermeneutics, Counseling Cross-Culturally, American Military History, Music Technology, Introduction to Philosophy, Ethics, and Conflict Resolution.
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January 6, 3:00 p.m. Women vs. Rhema Bible at Broken Arrow, OK
January 9, 5:00 (Women) & 7:00 p.m. (Men) vs. Kansas Christian at Overland Park, KS
January 12, 5:30 (Women) & 7:30 p.m. (Men) vs. Faith Baptist Bible at Ankeny, IA
January 13, 2:00 (Women) & 4:00 p.m. (Men) vs. Emmaus Bible at Dubuque, IA
Upcoming Calvary Events
First Day of Spring Semester January 8
Conference on Global Engagement January 22-25
Engaging Grace Conference January 31
Alumni Phone-a-thon February 1-28