Land Center Lecture Series

The Land Center is pleased to announce the Land Center Lectures. This inaugural year will feature Dr. C. Ben Mitchell, who holds the Graves Chair of Moral Philosophy at Union University and is a leading evangelical ethicist. Dr. Mitchell, who serves as a senior fellow with the Land Center, will lecture on the theme of ‘The Human Person.’

At a time when a disruptive, chaotic world is increasingly asking the question, ‘what does it mean to be human?,’ Christians are poised to answer with clarity, conviction, and compassion. The digital age, with its promise and peril, challenge our understanding of the human person. The sexual revolution, with its march toward moral anarchy, challenge our understanding of the human person. Questions of work, rest, poverty, aging, and medicine challenge our understanding of the human person.

The Land Center is pleased to offer this lecture series free of charge, to students and faculty of Southwestern Seminary and Texas Baptist College as well as our friends and neighbors here in the Dallas/Fort Worth area and around the country.

“Mitchell, a 1983 Master of Divinity graduate of Southwestern Seminary and senior fellow of the Land Center, will present a series of four lectures that expands upon the ‘Image of God’ colloquium held at the seminary in May in which Mitchell participated, Darling said, adding, ‘These are the kinds of conversations that are at the heart of the mission of the Land Center. This lecture series will help equip our students, our faculty, and other pastors and lay people who attend,'” Southwestern Seminary writes in an article.

For the first three sessions, we’re giving away 50 books to the first 50 attendees! There’s a chance to receive these books:

Find more information and how to register here: