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Cowden Hall, School of Church Music and Worship. Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary

1809 West Broadus Street

Fort Worth, TX 76115

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Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary School of Church Music and Worship is hosting a scholarly Symposium.

About this Event

Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary School of Church Music and Worship is hosting a scholarly Symposium to be held April 16–17, 2020 on the Southwestern Seminary campus. The Symposium will begin at 1:00pm on Thursday and finish at noon on Friday.

Keynote Speaker: Ken Myers

Respected host of Mars Hill Audio and author of All God’s Children and Blue Suede Shoes: Christians and Popular Culture, Ken Myers will present two keynote addresses as part of the Symposium.

Scholarly Paper Presentations

A variety of scholars from around the country will present papers on topics related to the theology and practice of Christian worship.

Schedule

All sessions will meet in Cowden 53.

Thursday, April 26, 2020

1:00-1:10 Welcome (Scott Aniol/Joseph Crider)

1:10-1:50 Presentation by Ken Myers

1:50-2:00 Break

2:00-2:40 Paper 1

  • Jon Snyder – “Realization of Goals in Choral Ministry: An Ethnographic Study of Texas Church Choirs”

2:40-3:20 Paper 2

  • Holly Farrow – “Theology Inspires Doxology: The Hymnody of Anne Dutton and Anne Steel”

3:20-3:40 Break

3:40-4:20 Paper 3

  • Scott Aniol – “Changed from Glory into Glory: The Liturgical Formation of the Christian Faith”

4:20-5:00 Paper 4

  • Laramie Minga – “New Forms of Old Measures: Nineteenth-Century New Measures Revivalists’ Understanding of their Worship Methodologies”

5:00-6:30 Dinner (in town on your own)

6:30 Southwestern Singers Concert (Reynolds Auditorium)

Friday, April 17, 2020

8:30-8:45 Morning Prayer

8:45-8:50 Break

8:50-9:30 Paper 5

  • Nathan Burggraff – “I Wanna Talk About Me:” Analyzing the Balance of Focus Between God and Man in Congregational Songs of the American Evangelical Church

9:30-10:10 Paper 6

  • Jessica McMillan – “The Influence of Ancient Near Eastern Lament on Selected Passages of Biblical Lament”

10:10-10:25 Break

10:25-11:05 Paper 7

  • Joseph Crider – “Uzzah’s Dead: Modern Worship on the Cart of Experience”

11:05-11:20 Break

11:20-12:00 Presentation by Ken Myers

12:00-12:05 Conclusion

Registration

Cost: $25

Students: $15

fees go up after April 1

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Cowden Hall, School of Church Music and Worship. Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary

1809 West Broadus Street

Fort Worth, TX 76115

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