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JUNE 7: Christians & SCIENCE Bishop James Stanton Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas INTRO: Many believe that science and faith conflict. At times this belief has created great tension, such as during the Texas Board of Education’s textbook review process. Still, others believe that science and faith compliment one another. The Rt. Rev. Dr. James M. Stanton, who has studied faith and science for years, offers us his perspectives on a topic that has challenged many. ABOUT THE BISHOP: Bishop James Monte Stanton was consecrated the sixth bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas March 6, 1993. A strong advocate of biblical authority, Bishop Stanton is actively involved in reasserting traditional values of Christian faith, order, and morality at the national church level while strengthening mission and evangelism ministries throughout the diocese. He is also a frequent guest columnist in The Dallas Morning News and has been interviewed about national church issues in Newsweek, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times and on ABC World News Tonight, 20/20 and other television and radio programs. A native of Atchison, Kansas, Bishop Stanton graduated from Chapman University in Southern California. After college he pursued ordination in the Disciples of Christ and attended Lexington Theological Seminary in Kentucky. He transferred to the Southern California School of Theology, where he graduated with a D. Min. degree in 1975. He spent a year in further study at the Church of the Divinity School of the Pacific and was ordained to the Episcopal diaconate in Los Angeles in 1977. In October 1977, he was ordained to the priesthood.

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INTRO: The United States is engaged in armed conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan. Yet very few of us have spent time reflecting on the theological issues involved. This talk will survey, and present, two of the most prominent positions related to Christians and war: “Non-Violence” & “Just War Theory”. - Fr. Bob & Fr. Matthew ABOUT FR. BOB: The Rev. Bob Johnston (Right) is priest-in-charge of the Uptown ministry at Church of the Incarnation where he has been on staff since 2004. As a bi-vocational priest, he also works as a patent attorney in downtown Dallas. He has a mechanical engineering degree from Baylor University and graduate degrees in law, business, and theology from Southern Methodist University. He is married to Robin and has twin sons. ABOUT FR. MATTHEW: Fr. Matthew S.C. Olver (Left) is a graduate of both Wheaton University (English Literature) and Duke Divinity School (Theology). He currently is a curate at Church of the Incarnation and a member of the official dialogue between the Episcopal Church and the Roman Catholic Church in the USA. Fr. Olver is a husband, father of two, poet, guitarist and movie buff — when asked his favorite movie, The Mission and The Godfather were still duking it out for top billing!

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JUNE 21: Christians & ISLAM Carrie Boren, Missioner for Evangelism at Episcopal Diocese of Dallas INTRO: “Islam is one of the fastest growing religions today. It is portrayed by the media in numerous ways which leave many questioning what Islam is actually all about. On the third Monday we will be discussing the fundamentals of Islam, what Muslims believe, how Islam is practiced, its implications in the current geopolitical climate, and the Christian response to Islam.” -Carrie

ABOUT CARRIE: Carrie Boren hails from East Texas and is a graduate of Oxford University with two degrees in Theology, Evangelism and Apologetics. While at Oxford, she spent a year studying one-on-one with the world-renown Anglican evangelist, Michael Green. Prior to Oxford, Carrie received a BA from Yale University (major in history and minor in theatre studies) and an MA from Harvard University in education with a focus in Urban heology Live: Ale & the Almighty”, we hope Poverty Policy...she was also in The Pelican Brief with Julia Roberts...

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JUNE 28: Ultimate Massive Q&A! a.k.a. Stump the Theologian Dr. Billy Abraham - Perkins School of Theology INTRO: Have you ever had a question about faith, theology, God, pain, relationships, homosexuality, money, the devil, marriage, divorce, politics, ethics, etc... that you wanted to ask, but didn’t have the chance to? NOW YOU DO.

During weeks 1-3, we’ll be collecting all your questions — about anything and everything you want to ask. Then, for week 4’s “Ultimate Massive Q&A”, Billy will go live, answering previously submitted questions during the 1st segment. During the break, we’ll collect any NEW questions that you’ve come up with, and he’ll answer those next! ABOUT BILLY: Born in Northern Ireland in 1947, Abraham is currently a Distinguished University Teacher at Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University. Educated at Portora Royal School, Enniskillen and Queen’s University, Belfast, Abraham went on to receive a Master of Divinity Degree from Asbury Theological Seminary in Wilmore, Kentucky and a doctorate in Philosophy of Religion from the University of Oxford, England. He has served as a Methodist minister in Ireland and held the post of Associate Professor of Theology and Philosophy at Seattle Pacific University, and the McCreless Professor of Evangelism and Professor of Philosophy of Religion at Perkins School of Theology. Professor Abraham has authored numerous articles and books in philosophy, theology, and evangelism. In 1991 he wrote a major review article on “The State of Christian Theology in North America” for the Encyclopedia Britannica’s Great Ideas Today.

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