I’m looking forward to another productive set of presentations and conversations this year in Denver, including giving these two papers:
“‘We Keep Our Eyes Fixed Upon Christ’: An Anti-Speculative Doctrine of Final Resurrection in Bullinger and Turretin.” Reformed Theology and History Unit, American Academy of Religion.
“The Bible in the Locke-Stillingfleet Controversy over the Resurrection of the Same Body.” History of Interpretation Unit, Society of Biblical Literature.
I’m looking forward to giving a productive series of conference presentations this year, including three in Boston this November:
“Family, Church, Nation, Humanity: Social Identity and Inclusion in the Christian Doctrine of Resurrection.” Eastern-International Region of the American Academy of Religion 2017 Annual Meeting. University of Waterloo. April 28-29, 2017.
“Will I Be Canadian in the Resurrection? Nationality, Identity and Christian Eschatology.” Canadian Theological Society 2017 Annual Meeting. Ryerson University, Toronto, ON. May 28-30, 2017.
“Hebrews and Historical Theology—The Contours.” Scripture and Doctrine Seminar, Institute for Biblical Research 2017 Annual Meeting. Boston, MA. November 17, 2017.
“The Prophet and the Lord: Elijah, Jesus and the Resurrection of the Dead.” Christian Theology and the Bible Unit, Society of Biblical Literature 2017 Annual Meeting. Boston, MA. November 18-21, 2017.
“Christ the One Teacher of All: Toward an Ecumenical Theology of the Magisterium.” Christian Systematic Theology Unit, American Academy of Religion 2017 Annual Meeting. Boston, MA. November 18-21, 2017.
The schedule is up for the “Teaching, Learning and Christian Practices” conference at Calvin College this October. I’ll be speaking (during the sixth breakout session) on “A University for the Poor: Poverty, Charity and Vision in Hauerwas’ University.” Exciting!