We have received inquiries concerning the registration fee for the upcoming conference. As in previous years, conference participants will be charged a $25 registration fee, payable at the door.
We apologize for not posting this information earlier. It has been added to the information on the Annual Conference page.
This is an update to let all of you know that the full 2013 schedule has now been added to the site and is available for viewing for your convenience.
We are very excited to have Dr. David Lyle Jeffrey come and speak to us. Please make every effort to not only attend yourselves, but also to get the word out about the conference!
If you have any questions, please direct them to either Dr. Jason Jewell (JJewell@faulkner.edu) or Dr. Michael Young (MYoung@faulkner.edu).
Link to Schedule: JFA Conf Schedule 2013
Greetings fellow Faithful Of the Academic Persuasion!
This post is to let everyone know that the page for the annual Conference has been updated! You may access the page here.
Please check that out, and also remember that it is not too late to submit a paper to be considered for entry into the journal! Interested parties should email paper submissions to Dr. Michael Young (firstname.lastname@example.org) by December 31.
Please visit the updated Annual Conference page to download a complete schedule of the Fifth Annual Faith and the Academy Conference, to take place on the campus of Faulkner University February 3, 2012. You will also find on this page a conference registration form and directions to the Faulkner campus.
We look forward to seeing as many of you as possible and to enjoying some stimulating presentations from scholars in several disciplines.
The Annual Conference page has been updated with information about the plenary addresses and speakers for the upcoming conference on February 3. Please spread the word among those in ministry and business who might benefit from attending these sessions.
The complete schedule for the conference is forthcoming.
The fifth annual Faith and the Academy Conference with the theme “Money, Morals, and Missions,” will be held February 3, 2012, on the campus of Faulkner University in Montgomery, AL. For more information, please check the Annual Conference page.
There is still time to submit a paper proposal for this conference, but don’t delay. We will publish the complete schedule in early January.
The complete text of both 2009 issues is now available from the Issue Archives page!