The Fall Lectures with Dr. Mark Noll will be held on Tuesday, September 25, 2012, from 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. at the Charlotte campus of Reformed Theological Seminary, located at 2101 Carmel Rd. in Charlotte. Dr. Noll will speak on "The Enduring Contribution of Charles Hodge, BB. Warfield, and their 'Old Princeton' Colleagues."
Two lectures will be given. Lecture 1 is titled "The Historical Importance and Theological Weaknesses of 'Old Princeton.'" Lecture 2 is titled "The Enduring and Edifying Example of 'Old Princeton.'"
Noll is the Francis A. McAnaney professor of history at the University of Notre Dame. He has written a number of books and articles on the history of Christianity in the United States and, more recently, around the world. His works on the theologians of “Old Princeton” include the edited collection, The Princeton Theology 1812-1921: Scripture, Science and Theological Method from Archibald Alexander to Benjamin Warfield (Baker, 2nd ed. 2001); an edition of Charles Hodge’s The Way of Life and Other Writings (Paulist Press, 1987); two books edited with David N. Livingtstone, Charles Hodge’s What is Darwinism?And Other Writings on Religion and Science (Baker, 1994), and B. B. Warfield: Evolution, Science, and Scripture—Selected Writings (Baker, 2000); and several articles, including the entries on Joseph Addison Alexander, Charles Hodge, and B. B. Warfield in American National Biography.
The cost of the lecture is $20 and includes lunch. To reserve your spot, please contact Tari Williamson by email or call 704-366-5066. Please RSVP by September 18.