WHEN: October 25-27
WHERE: 3326 Archdale Drive, Charlotte 28210
SPEAKERS: Dr. Doug Kelly | Dr. Duncan Rankin
SGPC Adults: $20
Under 18s: Free
Saturday Lunch $7
Saturday Lunch (under 10s) $4
REGISTRATION: Online registration will remain open until October 23. Please Register here. On-site registration on October 25 is subject to an additional $10 per person. Meal tickets will not be available after October 18. Meals are provided by McAlister's Deli.
CHILDCARE: Free childcare will be available for children ages 5 and under, from 7pm-9pm on Friday, October 25th and 9am-12pm on Saturday, Oct 26th. Children are welcome to attend the Q&A Luncheon with their parents.
Dr. Doug Kelly
Dr. Kelly is the Professor of Theology Emeritus of Reformed Theological Seminary. He received his B.A. from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Diploma from the University of Lyon, his B.D. from the Union Theological Seminary, and his Ph. D. from the University of Edinburgh. He is the author of many written works including, If God Already Knows, Why Pray?, Preachers with Power: Four Stalwarts of the South, New Life in the Wasteland, Creation and Change, and The Emergence of Liberty in the Modern World. His firm grasp of multiple languages and his theological competence are capably demonstrated in translating such works as Sermons by John Calvin on II Samuel. He is serving with David Wright of the University of Edinburgh as a General Editor for a revision of Calvin’s Old Testament Commentaries.
Dr. Duncan Rankin
Dr. Rankin received his B.S. from Clemson University in Ceramic Engineering. He went on to pursue Ph.D. studies at MIT until the Lord redirected his career to the gospel ministry. After completing his M.Div. studies at Covenant Theological Seminary and Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson, he got his Ph.D. at the University of Edinburgh. In 1993, he became a professor of Systematic Theology at RTS Jackson, where he served for ten years. Active on the Theology and Strategy Working Group of the Lausanne Committee for World Evangelization, Duncan was also a recipient of a John Templeton Foundation 1999 Science and Religion Course Prize. Since 2003, he has pastored churches in Mississippi, Tennessee, Georgia, and Texas. He was also a member of the Board of Directors for GRACE (Godly Response to Abuse in the Christian Environment). He currently lives in Radford, VA, is a member of the ARP, and teaches adjunct classes at RTS and Erskine Seminary.