World Christianity Emphasis
with Brian Stanley and Emmanuel Garibay
Tuesday, April 5
Great Omissions in Understanding the Great Commission
11 a.m., Hodges Chapel
Q&A with Brian Stanley
3:30–4:30 p.m., S111 Divinity Hall
Wednesday, April 6
Proselytism and Conversion
Missions Class Lecture
1–1:50 p.m., N101 Divinity Hall
Thursday, April 7
The Jesus Surprise in Biblical Retelling
12–1 p.m., S111 Divinity Hall
Monday, April 4–Friday, April 22
Exhibition of Garibay’s artwork
Samford University Library
*To register for the free luncheon, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org . All events are open to the public.
Brian Stanley is a professor of World Christianity at the University of Edinburgh and director of the University’s Centre for the Study of World Christianity. He has written or edited six books, including most recently The World Missionary Conference, Edinburgh 1910. He is the joint general editor of the Eerdmans series, Studies in the History of Christian Missions.
Philippine painter Emmanuel Garibay is known for his expressionist-figurative style.He often paints ordinarypeople in scenes of political, religious, and social complexity, where controversial issues of justice and truth are presented vigorously and colorfully. He has exhibited throughout Europe, Asia and the United States.