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Philosophy

Philosophy in the Stone-Campbell Movement

When: June 9, 2021, 2:45 pm - Wednesday

Where: Ezell 107

Session 2

Session Abstract

In his recently released edited volume, Restoration and Philosophy: New Philosophical Engagements with the Stone-Campbell Tradition, Caleb Clanton has assembled a collection of essays that engage critically and constructively with philosophical issues as they are manifested in the Stone-Campbell Movement. In this session, a panel of philosophers will review Clanton’s book. Discussants will examine the arguments found in essays throughout the book, discuss what is unique about philosophy in the Stone-Campbell Movement, and consider possible future directions for Stone-Campbell philosophy.

Speakers

John Mark Hicks and Derek Estes, Lipscomb University; St. Louis University, Conveners

  • David Mahfood, Johnson University Florida, Panelist
  • Garrett Pendergraft, Pepperdine University, Panelist
  • Derek Estes, St. Louis University, Panelist

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