Annual meeting 2003. (News Notes).
The BH&HS will hold its next annual meeting on May 22-24, 2003, at the University of Mary The university is the largest degree granting institution in Bismarck. It also operates accelerated degree programs at satellite locations in North Dakota, Montana, Wyoming, Kansas, and Missouri. History
The University of Mary was founded in 1955 by the Sisters of St. Hardin-Baylor in Belton, Texas Belton is a city in Bell County, Texas, United States. The population was 14,623 at the 2000 census. It is the county seat of Bell CountyGR6. Geography
Belton is located at (31.058904, -97. . The Fellowship of Baptist Historians will meet on May 22. Carol C. Holcomb, BH&HS secretary, Fellowship president, and professor at UMHB UMHB University of Mary Hardin-Baylor (Texas) , is serving as local-arrangements coordinator.
The theme of the BH&HS meeting will be "Baptists on the Frontier On the Frontier: A Melodrama in Two Acts, by W. H. Auden and Christopher Isherwood, was the third and last play in the Auden-Isherwood collaboration, first published in 1938. ." Detailed information about this meeting and the Fellowship meeting, including registration forms for the meeting and lodging, will be printed in the winter 2003 issue of Baptist Heritage Update and will be posted on the BH&HS Web site by January 31, 2003.
William H. Brackney, professor, Department of Religion, and director, Program in Baptist Studies, at Baylor University Baylor University, mainly at Waco, Tex.; coeducational; chartered and opened 1845 by Baptists (see Baylor, Robert E. B.) at Independence, moved 1886 and absorbed Waco Univ. (chartered 1861). The library has a noted Robert Browning collection. , will speak to the Fellowship and will present the opening paper during the BH&HS meeting. Among other features, the meeting will include two panels on "Frontiers in Baptist Ethics History" and on "Frontiers in Baptist Church Music."
Something new: The recommended clothing for the meeting will be casual dress.