Base Camp Central 2018 Day Pass

Would you like to attend some or all of our Base Camp lectures?
Complete the steps below and we’ll see you soon!

Step 1: Review our lecture schedule to the right.
Step 2: Choose how many day(s) you would like to attend.
Step 3: Complete the day pass registration below by clicking “add” and completing the form.
(Optional) Make a donation to help a student in need

PLEASE NOTE: Dorm access, rec center access, and small group participation is not included with your day passes. Food will be available for purchase in the snack room and university cafeteria.  Register and Donate  

LECTURE SCHEDULE

Monday June 25, 2018

12:30PM – 2PM
Vince Bantu Ph.D.
Is Christianity Culturally Exclusive? A History of Diversity and Inclusion in the Church

2PM – 3:30PM
Luke Bobo Ph.D.
Implications of a Global Christianity

6PM – 7:30PM
Kirk Clayton Ph.D.
Re-Thinking Our Christian Response To The New Atheist Movement

7:30PM – 8:30PM
Worship & Prayer

Tuesday June 26, 2018

9AM – 10:30AM
Jason Wilkins M.Div.
Presuppositions Are Like Belly Buttons: Everyone Has Them

12:30PM – 2PM
Christopher Buckles
101 Track – Reclaiming Rhetoric: Glorifying God In Speech and Communication

Jessica Eswine
201 Track – Resurrecting The Christian Imagination

2PM – 3:30PM
Jannique Stewart
101 Track – The Intolerance of Tolerance and The Case Against Moral Relativism

Kirk Clayton Ph.D.
201 Track – Engaging The Fine Arts: How Art Shapes Worldview

6PM – 7:30PM
Jason Wilkins, Chris Buckles, Jessica Eswine, Cordell Schulten, Shane Rosenthal, and Kirk Clayton
Panel Discussion: Dealing With Doubts

7:30PM – 8:30PM
Worship & Prayer

Wednesday June 27, 2018

9AM – 10:30AM
Ron Quick M.A.
101 Track – The Reliability of The Bible: Archeology, Accuracy, & Authenticity

Clark Bates
201 Track – Those “Other” Gospels: Why Gnostic Texts Aren’t Canonized

12:30PM – 2PM
Shane Rosenthal M.A.
The Resurrection of Jesus: Historically Plausible and Intimately Personal

2PM – 3:30PM
Kyle Keating M.Div.
101 Track – Disconnected Connections: Social Media’s Impact On Community

Rachel Douchant Ph.D.
201 Track – Jesus’ Moral Revolution: Christianity’s Positive Impact on The World

6PM – 7:30PM
Randall Larson
The Art and War of Forgiveness

7:30PM – 8:30PM
Worship & Prayer

Thursday June 28, 2018

9AM – 10:30AM
Andrew D. Shaw Ph.D.
Bioethics: The Making of Life, The Taking of Life, & The Faking of Life

12:30PM – 2PM
Cordell Schulten M.A., JD
101 Track – The Death Penalty: Who Deserves It?

John Richardson M.Div.
201 Track – Anxiety, Depression, and Post Traumatic Stress: Thinking Critically and Christianly About Mental Health

2PM – 3:30PM
Sean Maney M.Div., Dawn Jones M.Div., and Stephen Moss M.Div.
Panel Discussion: Stability, Connection, and Hope in a Hyper-Sexualized World

6PM – 7:30PM
Andrew Shaw, Kirk Clayton, Josh Swamidass
Panel Discussion: Origins & Genesis: Which Hills Are Worth Dying On?

7:30PM – 8:30PM
Worship & Prayer

Friday June 29, 2018

9AM – 10:30AM
S. Joshua Swamidass MD Ph.D.
Science is Great (But The Gospel is Better)!

12:30PM – 2PM
Mark P. Ryan M.Div.
What is the Gospel? Revisiting the Good News About What God Has Done (and Continues to Do) Through Jesus

2PM – 3:30PM
Taylor Reynolds
Who’s Afraid of The University?

3:30PM – 4:30PM
Jeremy Smith
Farewell Talk / Exit Survey

6PM – 7:30PM
Jeremy Smith
Parent Night Presentation