The Andrew Fuller Center is excited to announce the
launch of a five-year journey that will culminate in the
celebration of the 1700th anniversary of the Council of Nicaea in 2025.

Each year, speakers will give presentations exploring
Nicene trinitarianism and its enduring legacy throughout history.

This year we will look at the thought of three figures:
Theodore of Mopsuestia, Anselm of Canterbury, and the English Reformer Thomas Cranmer.

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Dr. Gwenfair Walters Adams

Professor of Church History

Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary

3-4pm EDT      Thomas Cranmer

Dr. Michael A.G. Haykin, FRHistS

Professor of Church History and Biblical Spirituality

Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

1-2pm EDT      Theodore of Mopsuestia

Dr. Matthew Barrett

Associate Professor of Christian Theology

Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary

2-3pm EDT      Anselm of Canterbury


October 2nd, 2021


1-2pm EDT      Theodore of Mopsuestia      Michael A.G. Haykin


2-3pm EDT      Anselm of Canterbury      Matthew Barrett


3-4pm EDT      Thomas Cranmer      Gwenfair Walters Adams