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A SHELTER FOR CONSCIENCE: A COURSE IN BAPTIST HISTORY TAUGHT BY DR. BILL J. LEONARD


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AMERICA’S RELIGIOUS LIBERTY FOR BAPTISTS AND OTHER DISSENTERS

In the heart of our nation’s birthplace, Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond invites you to experience the story of religious freedom. Hear the voices of early Baptist dissenters. Explore sites where liberty became law. Find your part in standing for religious liberty today.

BTSR visiting scholar, Dr. Bill J. Leonard of WakeForest University, is a recognized authority on Baptist history and politics who will lead our exploration and discovery, along with a diverse team of religious liberty experts:

  • Fred Anderson and Nathan Taylor of the Virginia Baptist Historical Society
  • Corey Walker, Dean of the Samuel DeWitt Proctor School of Theology at Virginia Union University
  • Brent Walker, Interim President of the John Leland Center for Theological Studies, and former Executive Director of the Baptist Joint Committee for Religious Liberty
  • Amanda Tyler, Executive Director of the Baptist Joint Committee for Religious Liberty

BTSR is the place to learn about religious liberty THEN and NOW!

Learn more at the BTSR website here or download the brochure.

Earlier Event: April 13
General Assembly 2018