Malcolm R. Robertson Lectureship on Holy Living: Dr. Ben Witherington III

witheringtonDr. Ben Witherington is Amos Professor of New Testament for Doctoral Studies at Asbury Theological Seminary and on the doctoral faculty at St. Andrews University in Scotland. He is visiting the APU campus as a part of the annual Malcolm R. Robertson lectureship – named in honor of long-time administrator Dr. Malcolm Robertson and which emphasizes an historic Wesleyan message for Christians today.

Dr. Witherington spoke to a packed audience at the 2:30 lecture today (February 4, 2013) – he is speaking again this evening at 6:30pm if you can join us.

If you are reading the post after the lectureship is over, our library has a great many of his books – I have counted 48 titles along with several other volumes of essays which include his work. You can find the books in our catalog.

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3 Responses to Malcolm R. Robertson Lectureship on Holy Living: Dr. Ben Witherington III

  1. Kenneth Litwak says:

    Dr. Witherington had many good things to say. I found the lectures and so forth both informative and very edifying. Also, kudos to Carmeli Silva and Don Thorsen for a well-organiaed, smoothly flowing, on-time(!) day. I hardly ever to go anything at APU that starts on time. I looked at the book table afterwards and saw that at l own at least half of the books by Dr. Witherington that were there.

    • lleahy says:

      Ken – I’m so glad you were able to participate! I greatly enjoyed the lectures and the gatherings as well and am hopeful that there may be a podcast available soon!

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