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  • Fifth Session: Calvin, Calcutta and Corinth: Trinity, Trafficking and Transformation of Theologia

    Fifth Session: Calvin, Calcutta and Corinth: Trinity, Trafficking and Transformation of Theologia

    This is the fifth session of the 2014 Symposium on the Theological Interpretation of Scripture. Dr. Paul Chang-Ha Lim, Associate Professor of the History of Christianity at Vanderbilt University presents his paper. Jonathan Wilson, PhD candidate at Lutheran School of Theology offers his response.

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  • Fourth Session: The Divine Initiative as Natural Convention

    Fourth Session: The Divine Initiative as Natural Convention

    This is the fourth session of the 2014 Symposium on the Theological Interpretation of Scripture. Rev. Dr. John E. Phelan Jr., Senior Professor of Theological Studies at North Park Theological Seminary presents his paper. Dr. Rebekah A. Eklund, Assistant Professor of Theology at Loyola University Maryland offers her response.

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  • Third Session: Learning from Midrash: Darren Aronofsky’s “Noah”

    Third Session: Learning from Midrash: Darren Aronofsky’s “Noah”

    This is the third session of the 2014 Symposium on the Theological Interpretation of Scripture. Dr. Robert Johnston, Professor of Theology and Culture at Fuller Theological Seminary presents his paper. Dr. Paul Wilson, Professor of Homiletics at the University of Toronto offers his response.

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  • Second Session: Which Human? What Response? A Reflection on Pauline Theology

    Second Session: Which Human? What Response? A Reflection on Pauline Theology

    This is the second session of the 2014 Symposium on the Theological Interpretation of Scripture. Dr. Beverly Gaventa, Professor of New Testament at Baylor University presents her paper. Dr. Nicholas Perrin, Professor of Biblical Studies at Wheaton College offers his response.

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  • First Session: Transcript of the Trinity: Scripture as Portal into the Divine Life

    First Session: Transcript of the Trinity: Scripture as Portal into the Divine Life

    Dr. Beverly Roberts Gaventa presents her second New Testament Lund Lecture, “Free and Costly Grace.” Dr. Gaventa earned her PhD at Duke University. She joined the Baylor faculty as distinguished professor of New Testament in 2013, having previously taught at Princeton Theological Seminary, Columbia Seminary, and Colgate Rochester Divinity School. She has been active in a number of professional societies, including Studiorum Novi Testamenti Societas, the Society of Biblical Literature, and the American Theological Association. She has served on a [...]

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  • Symposium – Eighth Session: Prophet, Pagan, Prayer: Urban Theology of Reversal in the Story of Jonah

    Symposium – Eighth Session: Prophet, Pagan, Prayer: Urban Theology of Reversal in the Story of Jonah

    Eighth Session: Prophet, Pagan, Prayer: Urban Theology of Reversal in the Story of Jonah Presented by David Leong, assistant professor of missiology, Seattle Pacific University Response by Daniel White Hodge, director of the Center for Youth Ministry Studies, assistant professor of youth ministry, North Park University Original Paper The international Symposium on the Theological Interpretation of Scripture features prominent scholars from around the world and provides a forum for interdisciplinary theology from a biblical perspective for the benefit of the [...]

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  • Symposium – Seventh Session: Good Citizenship

    Symposium – Seventh Session: Good Citizenship

    Seventh Session: Good Citizenship Presented by Dennis Edwards, senior pastor, The Sanctuary Covenant Church Response by Kurt Fredrickson, associate dean for doctor of ministry and continuing education, assistant professor of pastoral ministry, Fuller Theological Seminary Original Paper The international Symposium on the Theological Interpretation of Scripture features prominent scholars from around the world and provides a forum for interdisciplinary theology from a biblical perspective for the benefit of the church. Symposium papers are published by Wipf and Stock as the [...]

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  • Symposium – Sixth Session: Visions of Horror, Visions of Hope: An Orientation for Urban Ministry from the Book of Amos

    Symposium – Sixth Session: Visions of Horror, Visions of Hope: An Orientation for Urban Ministry from the Book of Amos

    Sixth Session: Visions of Horror, Visions of Hope: An Orientation for Urban Ministry from the Book of Amos Presented by M. Daniel Carroll R. (Rodas), Distinguished Professor of Old Testament, Denver Seminary Response by Nathan Bills, ThD candid Original Paper The international Symposium on the Theological Interpretation of Scripture features prominent scholars from around the world and provides a forum for interdisciplinary theology from a biblical perspective for the benefit of the church. Symposium papers are published by Wipf and [...]

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  • Symposium – Fifth Session: The Ministerial Significance of Early Syriac Theology

    Symposium – Fifth Session: The Ministerial Significance of Early Syriac Theology

    Fifth Session: The Ministerial Significance of Early Syriac Theology Presented by Vince Bantu, PhD candidate, The Catholic University of America Response by Armida Belmonte Stephens, PhD candidate (theology), Trinity Evangelical Divinity School Original Paper The international Symposium on the Theological Interpretation of Scripture features prominent scholars from around the world and provides a forum for interdisciplinary theology from a biblical perspective for the benefit of the church. Symposium papers are published by Wipf and Stock as the yearly journal EX AUDITU: [...]

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  • Symposium – Fourth Session: Love Yourself: Urban Ministry and the Challenge of Self-Love

    Symposium – Fourth Session: Love Yourself: Urban Ministry and the Challenge of Self-Love

    Fourth Session: Love Yourself: Urban Ministry and the Challenge of Self-Love Presented by Chanequa Walker-Barnes, assistant professor of pastoral care and counseling, McAfee School of Theology, Mercer University Response by Elizabeth Pierre, adjunct professor of pastoral care, North Park Theological Seminary Original Paper The international Symposium on the Theological Interpretation of Scripture features prominent scholars from around the world and provides a forum for interdisciplinary theology from a biblical perspective for the benefit of the church. Symposium papers are published [...]

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  • Symposium – Third Session: No Shortcut to the Promised Land

    Symposium – Third Session: No Shortcut to the Promised Land

    Third Session: No Shortcut to the Promised Land: The Fosdick Brothers, Scientific Faith, and the Glittering Allure of Leadership Presented by Amy Laura Hall, associate professor of theological ethics, Duke Divinity School Response by Reggie Williams, McCormick Theological Seminary Original Paper The international Symposium on the Theological Interpretation of Scripture features prominent scholars from around the world and provides a forum for interdisciplinary theology from a biblical perspective for the benefit of the church. Symposium papers are published by Wipf [...]

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  • Symposium – Second Session: Early Christian Communities in the Greco-Roman City – Perspectives on Urban Ministry from the New Testament

    Symposium – Second Session: Early Christian Communities in the Greco-Roman City – Perspectives on Urban Ministry from the New Testament

    Second Session: Early Christian Communities in the Greco-Roman City – Perspectives on Urban Ministry from the New Testament Presented by Paul Trebilco, professor of New Testament studies, Department of Theology and Religion, University of Otago (Dunedin, New Zealand) Response by Stephen Chester, professor of New Testament, North Park Theological Seminary Original Paper The international Symposium on the Theological Interpretation of Scripture features prominent scholars from around the world and provides a forum for interdisciplinary theology from a biblical perspective for [...]

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