Oct 7, 2014

Fall 2014 William N. Paschal Memorial Bible Lectures

For the lectures, see below.

[Excerpt from the Press Release]
The Forty-Fourth Annual William N. Paschal Memorial Bible Lectures will be held October 14 and October 16, 2014 in the Dorman Memorial Chapel on the campus of Baptist Missionary Association (BMA) Theological Seminary in Jacksonville. Texas.

The Schedule of Lectures is as follows:

Tuesday, October 14    10:00 a.m.—   Apologetics and the Contemporary Setting
                                        3:00 p.m.— Biblical/Historical Justification for Apologetics
Thursday, October 16 10:00 a.m.— Worldview and the Apologetic Tool Box
                                       3:00 p.m.—  Presuppositional Praxis: Applied Apologetics

The guest lecturer for the William N. Paschal Memorial Bible Lectures for 2014 is Brian Rickett, who serves as Administrator and Professor of Biblical Studies for the BMA Seminary’s Arkansas Campus. His wife, Janet, also works at the Seminary’s Arkansas Site as Arkansas Director of Women.

Brief Bio.
  • Graduated with a B.S. in Bible with a Pastoral Ministry emphasis from CBC (1996); Master of Divinity (2000), Master of Theology, Old Testament (2003)--Th.M. thesis entitled, The Implications of psalm 19 for Presuppositional Apologetics, engaged in Doctor of Theology studies, Old Testament (2004-08), The Master’s Seminary; is engaged in Doctor of Ministry studies in Christian Worldview and Cultural Engagement at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (2014--)
  • He is currently the Administrator and Professor of Biblical Studies for the BMA Seminary’s Arkansas campus (2014), where he previously taught biblical languages and exegesis on an adjunct basis (2009-2014); he is also the founding Pastor-teacher of The Bible Church of Beebe, Beebe, Ark. (BMA; planted 2009).
  • Immediately prior to his return to Arkansas (2008), he taught: Biblical Hebrew, Exegesis, and various biblical studies courses for the Logos Bible Institute of Grace Community Church (1998-2008); Hebrew, Hebrew Reading, Aramaic, and Apologetics for The Master’s Seminary (2004-08); Theology, Apologetics & Evangelism, and various Bible and counseling courses for The Master’s College, where he served full time in the counseling department (2004-08).
  • He is married to Janet L. Rickett (Director of Women, BMA Seminary, Ark.) who has a Master of Arts in Biblical Counseling (The Master’s College, 2008; graduate project, “Ministering to Unbelieving Family Members”); immediately prior to relocating to Ark., she worked full time in the counseling department of The Master’s College, has served in her own ministry efforts, as well many of the various church planting and institutional ministries of her husband; she has been his vital ministry partner in all their ministry work. 



You can download the lectures of this four part series below:

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