Joseph Smith, Jr. -- portrait by Del Parson, used by permission of the artist  

The Mormon Prophet's Contribution

to American and Christian History

October 24-28, 2005

 
   
 

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Schedule of Events

The Religious Studies Department at Centenary College of Louisiana, in association with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Shreveport Louisiana Stake, presents a film and lecture series observing the bi-centennial of the birth of Joseph Smith, Jr.

All events are free of charge and open to the general public.

Monday, October 24

"American Prophet: The Story of Joseph Smith"

Film & Discussion

Hosted by Dr. Peter Huff and Dr. Ross Smith

6:30 PM, Kilpatrick Auditorium, Smith Building

Tuesday, October 25

"How Mormonism is Christian: Locating Mormonism on the Religious Landscape"

Dr. Jan Shipps, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis

7:00 PM, Kilpatrick Auditorium, Smith Building

Wednesday, October 26

"The Lives of Joseph Smith"

Dr. Richard L. Bushman, Columbia University

7:00 PM, Kilpatrick Auditorium, Smith Building

Thursday, October 27

"The Risks and the Rewards of Interfaith Dialogue"

Dr. Robert L. Millet, Brigham Young University

11:00 AM, Kilpatrick Auditorium, Smith Building

"An Evangelical and a Latter-day Saint in Dialogue"

Dr. Robert L. Millet, Brigham Young University

Rev. Gregory Johnson, Standing Together Ministries

7:00 PM, Anderson Auditorium, Hurley School of Music

Friday, October 28

"Legacy"

Film & Discussion

Hosted by Kyle S. Anderson and Dr. Ross Smith

7:00 PM, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 200 Carroll Street, Shreveport, Louisiana

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