The Biblical Studies Symposium at Liberty University is taking place this Monday, March 4th, 2013. The speaker is J. Daniel Hays, co-author of the great hermeneutics book Grasping God's Word. The general topic for the symposium this year is race. In the morning at 10am in the Towns Alumni Lecture Hall he will be preaching on "The Two Ethiopian Eunuchs: Parallel Paradigms for Salvation." In the evening, at 7:30pm in the Towns Alumni Lecture Hall, his topic is "A Biblical Perspective on Interracial Marriage: Toward a Biblical Theology of Race." There will be a Q&A to follow the evening session through twitter.
A few more things to note. There will be a table with many of Dr. Hays' books on display and for sale at the symposium. Also, the evening session will be live streamed over of the internet if you can't make it to campus. Click here on Monday evening to be taken to the live stream. The Q&A will be available for anyone through twitter. If you tune in online or if you are there live, the questions will be gathered from a hash tag that will be announced during the evening symposium.