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The culture of Bethel is one that encourages students to try new things and to think critically.
Sarah Unruh ’12


1979 (Feb. 4-6): Richard J. Mouw, Calvin College
The Coming City (Studies from Isaiah 60):
"Of Fairy Tales and Cities"
"Those Ships of Tarshish"
"When the Kings Come Marching In"
"How to Look for a City"

1978 (Feb. 6-7): Lloyd John Ogilvie, First Presbyterian Church; Hollywood, CA.
The Autobiography of God: A Study of the Parables

1977 (Feb. 6-8): Lala Kalyan Kumar Dey, Drew University
Apocalypse and Kingdom: A Perspective into Christian Beginnings and Its Implications for Contemporary Faith and Action:
"Crisis of Post-Exilic Judaism and the Response of Jewish Apocalyptic"
"John the Baptist and Jesus - The Radicalization of Jewish Apocalyptic"
"The Theology and Ethics of the Kingdom of God"
"Paul and Religious Heroism - The Issue of Immortality, Spirit and Power

1976 (Feb. 8-10): Frank H. Epp, Conrad Grebel College
Christian Peoplehood and the Mennonites:
"The Miracles of Peoplehood"
"The National Dimensions of Peoplehood"
"The Implications of International Peoplehood"
"Extending the Borders of Peoplehood

1975 (Feb. 9-11): John F. Carrington, Universite Nationale du Zaire
Communicating the Good News in Central Africa
Messengers of Yesterday
The Spoken and Written Word
Words and Music
Messengers for Tomorrow

1974 (Feb. 18-19): C. Norman Kraus, Goshen College
The Koinonia of the Spirit:
"Law and Spirit - The Basis for Community"
"Individual-in-Community - The New Creature"
"The Apostolic Fellowship - Movement or Club?"
"Ideology of Love - The Shape of the Witness

1973 (Feb. 11-13): Krister Stendahl, Divinity School, Harvard University
Religion without Spirit is Evil (Studies of the Church in I Corinthians):
"No Comfort for the Comfortable"
'"A Charismatic Movement"
"A New Movement"
"An Open Movement"
"A People Movement"
"In the End: God

1971 (Feb. 14-17): T. Canby Jones, Wilmington College, Ohio
Biblical Radicalism:
"Babylon is Falling, So . . . ?"
"Antidote to Apathy and Arrogance"
"Jesus as Radical Prophet"
"Subversion through Worship"
"The Love Which Cuts and the Love Which Heals"
"The Lamb's Rule"
"Organize the Apocalypse"
"Commitment, Hope and Joy

1970 (Feb. 22-25): James T. Burtchaell, University of Notre Dame
"Philemon's Problem"
"The Anti-Ritual Origins of Christianity"
"Salvation is Not the Purpose of the Church