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On Friday, February 10, Dr. Greg Pritchard addressed faculty and students at Southeastern's Center for Faith and Culture concerning Reflections on American Evangelicalism. Dr. Pritchard's involvement as Director of the European Leadership Forum provides him with a keen perspective on the state of Evangelicalism around the globe. Hear his lecture on "The Global Crisis of the Gospel: Evangelicalism's Greatest Weakness."
Speaker: Greg Pritchard earned his MA from Trinity School of Divinity before continuing on to finish his PhD at Northwestern University. The intersection of theology, history, philosophy and sociology is Greg’s primary focus both in teaching and writing. He has taught graduate-level courses on apologetics, theology, history, leadership, the New Testament, ethics, and Christian Thought at American, European, and Asian institutions of higher learning. His book, Willow Creek Seeker Services has been published in four languages. Currently, Greg serves as the President of the Communication Institute and as the Director of the European Leadership Forum. He, his wife, Lori, and their three children, Isaiah, Danielle, and Alethea, reside in Naperville, IL.