Desiring Hope: Respectfully Engaging World Religions

February 26, 2018
Dallas Theological Seminary

Keynote Speaker

Timothy Tennent – President of Asbury Theological Seminary and World Religions Expert

Asbury Theological Seminary President Timothy C. Tennent received his M.Div from Gordon-Conwell, a Th.M from Princeton Tehological Seminary and his Ph.D. at the University of Edinburgh. Before moving to Asbury, he previously taught at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and Toccoa Falls College. He teaches annually in Dehra Dun, India and has also ministered and taught in China, Thailand, Nigeria and Eastern Europe. Dr. Tennent is the author of several books, including the missiology textbook entitled Invitation to World Missions: A Missiology for the 21st Century. He and his wife, Julie, live in Kentucky with their two children, Jonathan and Bethany.

Speakers

Due to the sensitive areas in which some of the speakers work, their identities will not be published digitally. If you have any questions about a particular workshop, feel free to contact us at cclevents@dts.edu.

Workshops will cover the following religions:

Buddhism

Eastern Religion

Islam

Mormonism

Judaism

Hinduism

Atheism and Agnosticism

Scientology

Sikhism

Animism

Schedule

8:30am – Registration Opens

9:00 – Keynote Session 1

10:00 – Break

10:15 – Workshop Session 1

11:00 – Coffee Break

11:15 Workshop Session 2

12:00pm – Lunch

1:00 – Workshop Session 3

1:45 – Break

2:00 – Keynote Session 2

3:30 – Conference Concludes

DETAILS

Registration Fees

$75/person (until 01/19/2018)

$85/person (until 02/09/2018)

$95/person (until 02/09/2018)

Discounted Fees

$60/person for groups of 5 or more (until 02/09/2018)

$25/person for DTS employees

$25/person for students

Special volunteer rate available. Contact the Hendricks Center team at cclevents@dts.edu for more information.

Who should come?
Pastors, ministry leaders, volunteers, and anyone interested in learning more about how to respectfully engage world religions!
Travel

The conference will occur on the campus of Dallas Theological Seminary. We will be meeting in Lamb Auditorium for the keynote sessions. Workshops and lunch will take place throughout the Campbell building.

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Dallas Theological Seminary does not have any special agreements or price discounts at area hotels.

Workshops

In addition to our keynote sessions, you’ll choose 3 workshops to attend.

Workshops will cover the following religions:

Buddhism

Eastern Religions

Islam

Mormonism

Judaism

Hinduism

Atheism & Agnosticism

Scientology

Sikhism

Animism 

Venue Info

Dallas Theological Seminary

3909 Swiss Ave,
Dallas, TX
75204

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