Tag: Robert L. Doty

Postscript

The 400th Anniversary of Baptist beginnings in 2009 drew the attention of Christendom early in the year and Campbellsville University was no exception. The event was celebrated on-campus with guest […]

Honoring Baptists

A Community Service Celebrating 400 Years of Baptist Heritage, 1609-2009 Robert L. Doty Introduction This essay was originally written as a narrative for presentations celebrating the 400th Anniversary of Baptists […]

Contributors

Michael E. Arrington is Executive Director of the International Association of Baptist Colleges and Universities, and most recently, Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs at Carson-Newman College (2001- […]

Three Poems on Nigeria

Robert L. Doty Ekiti Sun Underfoot, the carcass of the scorpion, Overhead, the bougainvillea and the cashew tree Below, the hill and quiet town Resting in the midday Ekiti sun, […]

Contributors

John R. Burch, Jr. is Dean of Distance Learning and Library Services and has been a member of the faculty since 2000. The author of number articles, reviews, and several […]

Contributors

Melissa C. Askew is music director at Midway Christian Church in Midway, Kentucky. She is interested in finding effective methods to bring people together through their differences in worship preferences. […]

A Different Sun, by Elaine Neil Orr

New York: Berkley Books (Penguin), 2013. A Review, by Robert L. Doty This remarkable novel by a graduate of Campbellsville College is a distillation of mission history, and antebellum social […]

Cuba 1995: A Chronicled Remembrance

Robert L. Doty This essay will examine the Cuban experience from three perspectives. First, it considers a mission visit to Christian friends primarily in the Havana area, considering the vitality […]

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