Campbell Divinity to host ThED Talks in Raleigh

The Campbell University Divinity School is kicking off a series of interactive lectures entitled ThED Talks on Sunday.

ThED Talks intends to be a series of brief, engaging talks on theological education presented by Campbell Divinity faculty at Campbell Law School on Hillsborough Street in downtown Raleigh.

Residents of Raleigh and the greater Triangle area are invited to attend Sunday afternoon’s conversation on faith and ministry. The schedule includes three 20 minute ThED Talk sessions featuring three faculty members including founding divinity dean Mike Cogdill.

The event is free but registration is required. Register here

Speakers and Topics

“Can you dig it? Join CUDS in Jezreel”
Tony Cartledge, PhD
Professor of Old Testament Studies

“You are Who You Drink: Milk and Character Formation in the New Testament”
Alicia Myers, PhD
Assistant Professor of New Testament and Greek

“Hearing and Responding to God’s Call”
Mike Cogdill, PhD
Founding Dean and Professor of Pastoral Ministries and Church