By Southeastern University
Southeastern University will welcome Dr. Amos Yong to campus July 17-19 as a guest instructor in the College of Christian Ministries & Religion.
Dr. Yong, who teaches theology and leads the doctor of philosophy program at Regent University's School of Divinity, will also give a public lecture titled "The Future of Pentecostal Theology" at 6 p.m. on July 17 in the Sawgrass Conference Room. The lecture, located in the Pansler Alumni-Student Union, will explore the opportunities and challenges confronting contemporary Pentecostal theology.
"Dr. Amos Yong is one of the brightest young scholars on the American theological scene," said Dr. Robert Houlihan, Dean of the College of Christian Ministries & Religion. "The breadth of his research and writings is amazing."
Dr. Yong also will teach an intensive in the Christianity and World Religions course that is part of SEU's Master of Arts in Theological Studies program. The intensive will take place July 17-19, a Tuesday through Thursday, from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. in Bolin Hall.
The lecture and intensive are both open to guests. The College of Christian Ministries and Religion requests that RSVP's be sent to Anthony Roberts at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 863.667.5042.