Two years ago we began our annual Harold O.J. Brown lecture series here at RTS Charlotte. This lecture series honors Dr. Brown not only because he was a faculty member here in Charlotte for the final decade of his career (and much loved by the students), but because of his larger and wider impact one evangelicalism in the United States. In addition to publishing many important books, Dr. Brown (along with C. Everett Koop) had a tremendous influence on the pro-life movement in the United States.
When Dr. Brown passed away in 2007, I gave an interview to Christianity Today about his career and legacy. See here for that interview which summarizes his wonderful impact on modern evangelicalism.
For this year’s installment of the HOJB Lecture Series, we are pleased to welcome Dr. Mark Dever from Capital Hill Baptist. Mark has had his own positive impact on the Reformed and evangelical world, particularly through the 9 Marks ministry he founded.
He will be giving two lectures on the topic of sanctification (which is a hot topic in the Reformed world today). The overall title is “Being and Doing: Christian Discipleship.” The lectures will be 11AM and 1PM on Feb 11th, with a lunch and Q&A session provided in between.
For more information, or to register, see here.