The Hinson Lectures
Dr. Doug Weaver
So Baptists Want an Experience of Holy Spirit Power
Date and Time
Monday, March 1, 2021
10:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Schedule of Events
10:30 a.m. — Lecture 1
12:00 p.m. — Break
1:00 p.m. — Lecture 2
3:00 p.m. — Depart
For 2021, we will be hosting the Hinson Lectures virtually. Due to this year’s format, there will not be a registration fee for participants. If you would still like to support the Hinson Lectures with a gift, there is space to due so at the end of the registration form.
We are encouraged with this year’s format and the possibilities for individuals from across the country to participate in this unique and formational program. There will still be opportunities for questions to be presented to Dr. Weaver. We look forward to you joining us!
Lecture 1 – Holy Spirit Power: Baptists and the Experience of Pentecost(alism)
Lecture 2 – Baptists and the Charismatic Experience: From Cessationism to “Carpet Time”
Dr. Doug Weaver
Director of Undergraduate Studies
Professor of Baptist Studies
Dr. Weaver has been at Baylor University since 2003 and is a tenured full professor in the Department of Religion. He is a member of the Department’s Historical Studies area and his current research and teaching focus on Baptist history and Pentecostalism. In fall 2019, Baylor University Press will publish his Baptists and the Holy Spirit: The Contested History with the Holiness-Pentecostal-Charismatic Traditions. Dr. Weaver offered a survey of Baptist history as a search for the New Testament church, examined the work of 20th century Baptist leader, E. Y. Mullins, and the importance of freedom of conscience and ecclesiology in Baptist life. He recently co-authored a book with Aaron Weaver, Different and Distinctive But Nevertheless Baptist. A History of Northminster Baptist Church, Jackson, MS (Mercer University Press, 2018).