Dr. Lee Camp will be the featured speaker at the 4th annual J.J. Millican Ethics Symposium on Monday, October 25 at 7:30 p.m. on the campus of Oklahoma Christian University. Dr. Camp is an Alabamian by birth, and is currently Professor of Theology & Ethics at Lipscomb University where he teaches courses such as Biblical Ethics and Engineering Ethics in the College of Bible and Ministry, as well as ethics and theology seminars in the Hazelip School of Theology.
He completed his undergraduate studies at Lipscomb (B.A., 1989), and graduate studies at Abilene Christian University (M.A. in doctrinal studies, M.Div., 1993) and University of Notre Dame (M.A., 1997, and Ph.D., 1999, both in Moral Theology/ Christian ethics). He is the author of Mere Discipleship: Radical Christianity in a Rebellious World and has a forthcoming book on Christianity, Islam, War and Peacemaking (2010). Dr. Camp has recently been learning to play the upright bass and is the host and creator of Tokens, a mix of music, theology, author interviews, and comedy. Tokens can be found online at www.TokensShow.com.
The Ethics Symposium is made possible by the J.J. Millican Endowment at Oklahoma Christian.
Don Millican, chairman of the Oklahoma Christian board of trustees, created the J.J. Millican Endowed Chair in Accounting to honor his father. J.J. Millican was a respected Christian businessman, faithful husband and father, and a Certified Public Accountant. He was also a national partner with Ernst & Young. The endowment provides academic opportunities to Oklahoma Christian students, faculty and the community through scholarships, programs and guest speakers.