“Does Christianity Have a Future?”
by Harvey Cox, Hollis Research Professor of Divinity at Harvard University

Thursday, March 27 — 7:00 PM
Southeastern University
Business & Education Building
Room A115

Harvey-Cox-198x300 Harvey Cox is Hollis Professor of Divinity at Harvard, where he has been teaching since 1965, both at Harvard Divinity School and in the Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences. His research and teaching interests focus on the interaction of religion, culture, and politics. Among the issues he explores are urbanization, theological developments in world Christianity, Jewish-Christian relations, and current spiritual developments in global Pentecostalism. His most recent book is The Future of Faith. Other titles include When Jesus Came to Harvard: Making Moral Decisions Today and Fire from Heaven: The Rise of Pentecostal Spirituality and the Reshaping of Religion in the Twenty-First Century. His Secular City, published in 1965, became an international bestseller, with more than 1 million copies sold. It was selected by the University of Marburg as one of the most influential books of Protestant theology in the 20th century.

For more information, visit SEU.edu/religion or contact Dr. Murray W. Dempster, co-director of The Center for the Study of Global Pentecostalism at Southeastern University, at mwdempster@seu.edu or 863.667.5155