An Evangelical Premise for Separatism? The New Reformation in Colonial America
Dr. Snavely addresses the impact on the Great Awakening on the American war for Independence from the 2009 National Meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society, held in New Orleans. Personal and Social Ethics—the theme of this year’s conference addresses a climate of relativism and pluralism that characterizes the present generation. Plenary speakers are: E. DAVID COOK, Wheaton College on “Individual and Community: Lessons from Bioethics,” SAMUEL KUNHIYOP South African Theological Seminary on “Towards Communal Christian Ethics: An African Perspective,” JOHN F. KILNER, Trinity International University on “Biblically-Based Ethics: What’s Missing,” SCOTT B. RAE, Talbot School of Theology on “On the Intersection of Faith, Economics, and Social Ethics.”
Bruce Snavely has served as chair of Biblical Studies at Boston Baptist College where he has taught since 2003. Prior to that he was a missionary church planter in Canada for twenty years. He holds degrees from New England Baptist College (B.S.), Michigan Theological Seminary (M.Div.), and Trinity College (Ph.D.) in Bristol, England.