As we celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, we do well to reflect on its causes, context, and consequences. Scripture alone, faith alone, grace alone, Christ alone, and for God’s glory alone are rallying cries which Central Baptist Theological Seminary has proudly heralded. The Reformation led to many positive doctrinal and social changes in the Western world. Indeed, the light of the Reformation still shines brightly today. But what about the darkness? Were there any negative consequences of the Reformation? Join us as Dr. Larry Pettegrew carefully critiques history’s greatest protest.
Dr. Pettegrew completed his M.R.E., M.Div., and Th.M. at Central Baptist Theological Seminary and his Th.D. at Dallas Theological Seminary.
Dr. Pettegrew taught at Pillsbury Baptist Bible College for over 10 years, serving also as chairman of both the Christian Education and Bible departments. Following his time at Pillsbury, he served as dean of students and taught at Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary.
Dr. Pettegrew joined Central Baptist Theological Seminary where he taught for 14 years and held the position of registrar and academic dean at different times. He later served The Master’s Seminary as professor of theology for 12 years before accepting the executive vice presidency of Shepherds Theological Seminary which he presently holds in addition to his role as academic dean.
Tuesday, October 3, 2017
8:00am –8:30am Registration
8:30am–9:30am Session I
9:50am–10:50am Session II (Ladies’ Session – Heritage Room)
11:00am–12:00pm Session III
12:00pm–1:15pm Lunch (Alumni Association Meeting)
1:15pm–2:30pm Session IV (Q & A Panel)