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Robert Barclay Institute
Spring Symposium, Wednesday, March 24, 7-8:15 pm CST
Featuring Dr. Derek Brown
The Robert Barclay Spring 2021 Symposium will be held Wednesday, March 24, 7:00-8:15 p.m. CST in the Ross-Ellis Center.

It will be live streamed at

Dr. Derek Brown, Vice President of Graduate Studies and Distance Learning at Barclay College, will present a paper in response to the query, “What is a Quaker pastoral theology?”

C. Wess Daniels, Guilford College, NC, and Scott Wagoner, Deep River Friends Meeting, NC, will both give responses via multimedia.

Due to the covid epidemic, masks are required and seating is limited.

If you would like to reserve a seat at the symposium, emai[email protected] director of the Robert Barclay Institute.

The Robert Barclay Institute has been established by Barclay College as a scholarly resource to help Quakers look at our past and engage our future. Named for Robert Barclay, a prominent Quaker apologist, the Institute calls 21st century Friends to engage in innovative thinking, creative dialogue, academic research, and scholarly writing. It seeks to bring research and dialogue to the table so that historic Quaker thought can begin to speak effectively in today’s world.