Art and Hospitality as a biblical witness to God’s glory
Join us for an edifying discussion and performance of music, art, and hospitality as a biblical witness to God’s glory.
Cost: free (donations accepted)
Date/Time: Nov 3, 9:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Location: 529 Walker Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21212
Food: coffee and light refreshments
More information: 410-323-6211
Keynote Speaker and Musician
Rev. Dr. William Edgar (DThéol, Université de Genève) is professor of apologetics at Westminster Theological Seminary. He is also associate professor at the Faculté Jean Calvin. Dr. Edgar’s primary teaching and research interest is apologetics. He has spent much of his career developing and applying the tradition of covenantal apologetics stemming from the pioneering work of Cornelius Van Til to several specific research interests. These include cultural studies, the art of persuasion, Huguenot history, African American music and culture, Islam, nineteenth century French Protestant apologetics, medical ethics, the question of theodicy, and aesthetics. Dr. Edgar also runs a jazz band which specializes in Gospel music. His group travels around the globe, helping to bring the Gospel through song to university students.