Center for Faith and Culture

Sho Baraka and The Ambassador Live in Wake Forest

Join ATTAM922 as they host a Panel on Engaging Culture and Concert on April 25th at 7pm featuring: Sho Baraka The Ambassador DJ PDogg Pastor Jerome Gay Admission into the Panel is FREE but the Concert is $5! All attendees must register at The event will be held at Friendship Chapel Baptist Church. See

C@SE’s Annual Baccalaureate Colloquium

Enter your best paper from the last year to win: 1st place: $500 2nd place: $250 3rd place: $150 Submission deadline: Friday, April 18 Event will be held on Monday, May 5 @ 7pm in the Center for Faith & Culture. Entrants must be currently enrolled, in good academic standing, and have completed at least

Business, Vocation, and the Great Commission

The L. Russ Bush Center for Faith and Culture is hosting the conference “Business, Vocation, and the Great Commission.” We invite you to join us for the two events in association with this conference on Tuesday, March 25th.  Panel Discussion (1:30pm): Preston Parrish will moderate a panel discussion on “Business as Mission: What Does It

Speaking for God in the Public Square Lecture

Please join us as David Mills presents his lecture, “Speaking for God in the Public Square.” After teaching and writing in an Episcopal seminary, Dr. Mills served as editor of Touchstone and executive editor of First Things magazines. He has edited a book of essays on C. S. Lewis, The Pilgrim’s Guide, and books of

CFC: Carver-Barnes Lectureship

Come join us for the Center for Faith & Culture’s Carver-Barnes Lecture entitled “Did Adam and Eve Really Exist? Who They Were and Why  you Should Care,” and The Forum featuring guest lecturer Jack Collins, Professor of Old Testament at Covenant Theological Seminary. The lecture takes place on Thursday, February 20th at 7:00 pm and

Noah’s Flood Conference, this Friday!

Please join us this Friday, October 25th, for an all-day event as our guest speakers and some of our own Old Testament faculty discuss the scientific and biblical data for the age of the Earth and Noah’s flood. Both young-earth creation scientists and old-earth creation scientists will be present to dialogue with one another about

Prospective Th.M. Student Luncheon

The Th.M. Office is holding a Prospective Student Luncheon for any M.Div. students interested in learning about the Th.M. degree. The luncheon will be held on October 29 from 11:15 AM – 12:15 PM in the Center for Faith and Culture on the second floor of Patterson Hall. To RSVP, contact Jordan Cramer at

Noah’s Flood and the Age of the Earth: Oct. 25

Many can recount the story of Noah’s flood, even those outside of Christendom. Though it is a well-known narrative, there remains an intense debate over the extent of the flood and its chronology in relation to the age of the Earth. Where do dinosaurs fit into the story and are the six days in the

Sexuality, Identity, and the Doctrine of Repentance: Fri, Sept 6th

Is sexual orientation a real category? Are people born “gay”? Do our feelings determine our identities? Our testimonies of God’s grace reveal the inner landscape of the power of the Holy Spirit to change hearts and lives. This lecture will talk about sin, grace, and change in both personal and doctrinal terms. Please join us

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