Mormon and Evangelical Dialogue at Palmer Seminary April 26
St. Davids, PA, April 13, 2012: Palmer Theological Seminary of Eastern University will host Dialogue Not Debate: A Mormon and an Evangelical in Conversation on Thursday evening, April 26, at 7 p.m. The speakers are Rev. Gregory Johnson and Dr. Robert Millet. Palmer Seminary is located at 6 E. Lancaster Avenue in Wynnewood, PA 19096. This program is free and open to the public.
Dr. Robert Millet of Brigham Young University, a prolific author and professor of religion, and Rev. Gregory Johnson, an ordained Baptist Minister who leads an evangelical unity ministry in Utah and who is a former member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints himself, are the best of friends. They are both convinced that they walk in the truth of Christ and would love to persuade the other to join them on their path.
At the same time, they honor one another by engaging in spiritual conversations that are guided by the values of respect, love and civility. For over a decade, Bob and Greg have been showing audiences all over the United States and in Canada and England that Mormons and evangelicals can dialogue substantively and at the same time be wonderful friends seeking the Truth together.
For more information about Palmer Seminary, visit www.palmerseminary.edu
Eastern University is a Christian university that enrolls about 4,400 students in its undergraduate, graduate, Seminary, international, urban and professional degree programs. All education at Eastern University is rooted in its core values of faith, reason and justice.