Free Lecture — Dr. Paul Martens: “Neo-Anabaptism is Dead; Long Live Neo-Anabaptism”
Dr. Paul Martens, Associate Professor of Religion (Ethics) at Baylor University, will give a free public lecture at the Menno Simons Centre, Vancouver, BC, entitled “Neo-Anabaptism is Dead; Long Live Neo-Anabaptism.” Paul has co-edited several collections of John Howard Yoder’s writings and published The Heterodox Yoder (2012). His primary area of interest is the intersection of religion and morality and, to that end, he has also written on a range of topics including Kierkegaard’s ethics, nonviolence and natural law, Metallica’s moral universe, and Iris Murdoch’s The Black Prince.
Location: Menno Simons Centre, 4000 W. 11th Ave., Vancouver, BC
Date and Time: Tuesday, July 12th, 2016 – 7:30pm
Sponsored by the Point Grey Inter-Mennonite Fellowship and the Menno Simons Centre
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