MAIN EVENT Are Miracles Intellectually Credible?

Dr. Craig Keener will present powerful evidence for those watching live in person or via live stream (click here to register) in the main lecture, “Are Miracles Intellectually Credible?” February 3, 7:00-9:30pm EST at the Loeb Playhouse, Purdue University.


Dr. Keener is the Distinguished Professor of New Testament and Pastoral Care at Asbury Theological Seminary. He has authored nearly 20 books, four of which have won awards in Christianity Today. His recent books include Miracles: The Credibility of the New Testament Accounts (Baker Academic, 2011); The Historical Jesus of the Gospels (Eerdmans, 2009); The Gospel of Matthew: A Socio-Rhetorical Commentary (Eerdmans, 2009); Romans (Cascade, 2009); 1-2 Corinthians (Cambridge, 2005); The Gospel of John: A Commentary (Hendrickson/Baker Academic, 2003). His multivolume commentary on Acts (Acts: An Exegetical Commentary, 4 vols., Baker Academic) is nearly 5,000 pages. He has written for various journals, both academic (e.g., Journal for the Study of the New Testament; Journal of Greco-Roman Christianity and Judaism; Bulletin for Biblical Research; A.M.E. Church Review) and popular (e.g., Christianity Today; Charisma; Christian History; A.M.E. Zion Missionary Seer). He has published more than 70 academic articles and more than 150 popular ones. Craig is married to Médine Moussounga Keener, who holds a Ph.D. from University of Paris 7. She was a refugee for 18 months in her nation of Congo, and together Craig and Médine work for ethnic reconciliation in the U.S. and Africa (e.g., teaching on this subject among 1700 pastors in Côte d’Ivoire). Craig was ordained in an African-American denomination (National Baptist Convention) in 1991 and for roughly a decade before moving to Wilmore was one of the associate ministers at Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church, an African-American church in Philadelphia.

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