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Early to lead CU Baptist Heritage Lecture Series

By Daisy Rodriguez

Campbellsville, KY - Campbellsville University's Baptist Heritage Lecture Series will feature Dr. Joseph Early Jr. speaking on "Fundamentalism and the Birth of the Northern Baptist Convention" at 5pmCT/6pmET on Tuesday, April 20, 2021, via Zoom. You can register for the Zoom meeting by contacting Sherry Bowen at

Early is a professor of theology at Campbellsville University. He is also the director of the university's Quality Enhancement Plan and has taught at Campbellsville University since August 2009.

He is also an author and has written eight books and many articles. He is also preparing a book for publication titled "You are Still Eve: The Subjugation of Women in the Judaeo-Christian Tradition."

The Baptist Heritage Lecture Series has a mission to promote the study, discussion and research of Baptist historical events, theological distinctive, traditions and leaders that are unique and essential to understanding who Baptists are.

Early is a native of Williamsburg, Ky. He has earned a Bachelor of Science in Political Science from Cumberland College in 1993.

He received a Master of Divinity degree from Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in 1997 and a Ph.D. in Church History from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in 2002. Early is married to Tiffany Jones Early.

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