Harold O.J. Brown Lecture Series
Dr. Harold O.J. Brown was a man known for his winsome ecumenical spirit, keen intellect, and warm piety. His personal love for Christ and commitment to living a faithful Christian life was evident to all who knew him. Dr. Brown was much beloved by his colleagues and students at RTS, and we honor the memory of our dear friend with an annual lecture series at RTS-Charlotte which bears his name.
Each year, guest lecturers for the series come to RTS Charlotte to present on a topic of their choice. Past lecturers include Carl Trueman, Russell Moore, Oliver Crisp, Mark Dever, Derek Thomas, Al Mohler, Mark Noll, and George Marsden. Recordings of Previous Lectures are available here.
See our Upcoming Lectures.
Dr. Harold O.J. Brown served as John R. Richardson Professor of Theology and Philosophy at the Charlotte campus of Reformed Theological Seminary from 1998 to 2007. Dr. Brown was a leading evangelical voice in the pro-life movement immediately after Roe v. Wade, co-founding the Christian Action Council (now Care Net) with former Surgeon General C. Everett Koop in the 70s. Dr. Brown was a widely respected evangelical scholar during his professional life, writing books, essays and articles in the areas of culture, science, theology and politics. His books include: The Protest of a Troubled Protestant (1969), Christianity and the Class Struggle (1970), Death Before Birth (1977), The Reconstruction of the Republic (1977), Heresies: The Image of Christ in the Mirror of Heresy and Orthodoxy from the Apostles to the Present (1984), and Sensate Culture (1996).