Crumley Lecture: Scholarship as a Christian Calling - Dr. Mickey Mattox

Crumley Lecture: Scholarship as a Christian Calling - Dr. Mickey Mattox

Contact: Community Programs - programs@roanoke.edu

One of the most important fruits of the Reformation was to recast scholarship, alongside other secular work as a Christian vocation. In this lecture, Dr. Mickey Mattox, a historical theologian and expert on the life and theology of Martin Luther, retrieves this understanding for society today and the social-ethical responsibility of the academy with it.

Dr. Gary Hollis, Roanoke chemistry professor, will provide a response to the lecture.

The Crumley lecture is sponsored by:

Roanoke College Church Relations

and the Robert D. Benne Center for Religion & Society


For overnight guests, the College has reserved a block of rooms at the Hampton Inn located at exit 137 off I-81, (450 Litchell Rd, Salem, VA 24153).  Please call 540-389-2424 to reserve  your room at the college rate of $109+tax by Aug. 22nd.  The block name is: Roanoke College Reformation Lecture.