Please join us in thanking Dr. Ken Davis for his generous library donation of Anabaptist works. Dr. Ken Davis is an acclaimed scholar of church history who has lectured internationally, published extensively, and supervised numerous M.A. and Ph.D. students, many of whom now serve on the faculties of universities and colleges across North America. He is the former Vice President and Academic Dean of Trinity Western University, where he was also the first Dean of Graduate Studies and the founding coordinator of ACTS seminaries. For thirteen years he was a member of the faculty at the University of Waterloo, where he was the director of their Reformation History Ph.D. program. He was also the co-founder and co-director of the Reformation History Consortium, which includes the universities of Guelph, McMaster, Queens, Waterloo, and Conrad Grebel College. He was also the chairman of the Education Committee of the Evangelical Fellowship of Canada, the founder-chairman of the Ontario Evangelical Interdenominational Comittee on Public Education, and has served on the Boards of several other Christian organizations.At 3:00p.m. on Monday, March 17, after our regular chapel service, Dr. Davis will be presenting a short talk on the historiography of Anabaptism in Camelford Hall. The collection of Anabaptist works that he has donated to the College can then be viewed in the Baptist Heritage Room.