Currie-Strickland Lectures

The Currie-Strickland Distinguished Lectures in Christian Ethics were established by Gary and Mollie Elliston to honor their friends, Dr. David R. Currie and the late Phil Strickland. The lecture series is designed to provide a special opportunity for students, faculty, and the general public to consider the importance of Christian ethics in the workplace, in the classroom, in ministry, in national and world affairs, and in the minds of Christians as they make decisions in their daily lives.

 

Past Speakers and Themes

2019 Dr. Matthew Kaemingk “Muslim Immigration: Following Christ Through the Debate”
2018 Rev. Suzii Paynter “Women’s Leadership, Global Mission, and Course Correction”
2017 Dr. Roger Olson “Both-And Ethics: Reconciling Niebuhr and Hauerwas”
2016 Dr. Robert Sellers “The Gospel and Religious Pluralism”
2015 Dr. Willie James Jennings “The Risk of Being Christian in Racial America”
2014 Dr. Elizabeth Newman “Work and Rest: Vice, Virtues, and Christian Practice”
2013 Dr. Jeph Holloway “The Practice of Christian Moral Discernment”
2012 Stephen Reeves
Rev. Suzii Paynter
Rev. C. Welton Gaddy
“Faith and Politics: Being Prophetic Without Being Partisan”
2011 Rev. Ira Peak
Dr. Doug Ezell
Rev. George Mason
2010 Dr. Gary Manning
Rev. Robert Williams
Dr. Bill Fowler
2009 Dr. Bill Tillman
Dr. James Denison
2008 Dr. W. David Sapp
Dr. Richard Jackson
Dr. Jimmy Allen