The Institute for the Study of Christianity and Culture is hosting its third   annual Fall conference at the Kellogg Center Auditorium, Michigan State University,   East Lansing, Michigan on Friday, September 27 and Saturday, September 28, 2002.

Our presenter this year will be Mark Noll , McManis Professor of Christian Thought at   Wheaton College. Professor Noll is the author of many books, including The Scandal of   the Evangelical Mind (Eerdmans, 1994) and the forthcoming America's God, from   Jonathan Edwards to Abraham Lincoln (Oxford University Press, fall 2002).

The conference will be held in three parts.

Friday, September 27
7:30 PM :
Jesus Christ and the Life of the Mind

Saturday, September 28
9:30 AM : The Bible and Slavery in the Era of the American Civil War (Details)

12:30 PM : Lunch (provided for all paying registered participants)

Saturday, September 28
2:30 PM : Roundtable Discussion: Synthesizing Faith with the Academy: What Is the Role of Christian Scholarship?   (Details)

Individual sessions are free pending seating of registered participants.   Registration includes lunch Saturday and conference packet.