Scripture and Hermeneutics Seminar 2015

As ETS/SBL/AAR/etc approaches, I want to invite those interested to this year's Scripture and Hermeneutics Seminar and to the newly formed Scripture and Doctrine Seminar. The theme for the former is The Old Testament and Worldview, and Al Wolters, Raymond van Leeuwen, Koert van Bekkum, Jamie Grant, David Beldman, and I will be speaking on … Continue reading Scripture and Hermeneutics Seminar 2015

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The Journal of Baptist Studies 7 (2015)

The latest edition of the Journal of Baptist Studies is out. You can read it here. As you can see from the table of contents listed below, this edition focused on the four marks of the church from a Baptist perspective. The essays were originally presented in the Baptist Studies session of the 2014 ETS … Continue reading The Journal of Baptist Studies 7 (2015)

CBU at ETS and SBL

The annual meetings of the Evangelical Theological Society, Evangelical Philosophical Society, and Society of Biblical Literature will commence in a little over two weeks. Here's a list of professors of California Baptist University who are presenting, along with their paper titles and session: Evangelical Theological Society Wednesday AM Anthony Chute (Professor of Church History; Associate … Continue reading CBU at ETS and SBL

Baptist Catholicity Paper at ETS

At this year's ETS meeting the Baptist Studies session group has decided to focus on the four marks of the church articulated in the Nicene Creed - one, holy, catholic, and apostolic. Luke Stamps and I are grateful to the session's organizers to have the opportunity to present on "Baptists and the Catholicity of the … Continue reading Baptist Catholicity Paper at ETS

Hermeneutics and the Eternal Generation of the Son

In two weeks I'll be presenting a paper with the same title as this blog post at the Southeast Regional meeting of ETS in Birmingham, AL. I'm also presenting the same paper at the ETS Far West Regional meeting in LA in April. I've never presented the same paper at two different conferences, so it … Continue reading Hermeneutics and the Eternal Generation of the Son

Kevin Vanhoozer on Inerrancy

Below is Kevin Vanhoozer's presentation of an Augustinian perspective on inerrancy of Scripture that was shown at the annual ETS meeting in November. I'm generally in agreement with most of Vanhoozer's work on hermeneutics and am also happy with his nuancing here as opposed to some others. Hope you enjoy. HT: Mike Birtd

David’s Census

I just got word that my paper, "Intertextuality Between 1 Chronicles 21:1-17 and Genesis 13 and the Problem of David's Census," has been accepted for presentation at this year's ETS meeting. I'll be presenting in the Textual Strategies in the Hebrew Bible section at 4:40 on Wednesday. I'm excited but also nervous - those Hebrew … Continue reading David’s Census