Academic Symposium Fall 2023 October 27 (Friday) – October 28 (Saturday)On behalf of the Center for the Study of the Work and Ministry of the Holy Spirit Today, we are inviting you to submit research paper proposals pertaining to the theme of next year’s symposium. Our vision is for this interdisciplinary discussion to traverse the landscapes of the psychological, neurological, spiritual and biblical-theological (although not limited to these areas), culminating in a collective exploration of the Holy Spirit and the healing of the human body.
If you were not able to join us in Denver for the 2022 annual meeting, or if you were there and want to listen to sessions that you missed, you can order recordings here. Thanks to WordMp3 for recording these sessions and making them available! Plenary sessions and the Presidential address will be posted here when they are available.
ETS Full Members, The following is information regarding the amendments to the ETS Bylaws that will be voted on at the 2022 business meeting in Denver on Thursday, November 17. As you recall, 15 amendments proposed by the Executive Director and approved by the Board were read at the 2021 business meeting in Forth Worth. The amendments seek to bring our bylaws in line with our existing practices and procedures, to clarify policies, and to update the language of our bylaws.
On behalf of Darrell Bock, Jonathan Pennington, Scott Rae, Richard Mouw and the other members of our Founding Editorial Board, I would like to share with you the call for papers of a new peer-reviewed journal of theology for the life of the world: The Faith & Flourishing: A Journal of Karam Fellowship.
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- B.A. Anthropology, Bethel College (now Bethel University)
- M.Div. Bethel Theological Seminary
- Ph.D. Cambridge University
Invitation to Christian Ethics (Kregel, 2020).
- B.A., Samford University
- M.Div., The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
- Ph.D., The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
- Additional Studies: Saint Meinrad School of Theology and Oxford University (England)
Current PositionPresident, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
- Ph.D. in NT Studies, Cambridge University
- M.Div., Central Baptist Seminary, Toronto
- B.Sc. in Chemistry, McGill University
Current PositionDistinguished Emeritus Professor of New Testament at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and Theologian-at-Large of The Gospel Coalition
Select PublicationsPillar New Testament Commentary volume on the Gospel according to John
Dear Members, It has recently come to our attention that some members have not received ETS emails.* After looking into the matter, it is likely due to the member unsubscribing from an email that came from ETS, which prevents all future emails to that email address. In some cases the member was unaware of having unsubscribed from ETS emails.
- A.B., University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
- M.Div., Harvard Divinity School
- Th.D., Harvard University