SEBTS Faculty and Students at Evangelical Theological Society (Updated)

If you are planning to attend the national meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society this year in Baltimore, MD, we hope that you will take the opportunity to stop by some of the sessions that are featuring SEBTS professors, students, and adjunctive faculty. We are pleased to have 13 faculty and 2 students presenting 15 papers and participating in 2 panel discussions. Check out the schedule below

Tuesday, November 19th:

Hilton – Peale B 8:30–9:10 AM Greg Welty w/ Steven B. Cowan (Louisiana College) A Response to Jerry Walls on Christian Compatibilism
Hilton Key Ballroom 10–11 9:20–10:00AM Daniel Heimbach Where Does ‘Ethics’ Come From? How the Term Has Evolved?
BCC-332 10:10–10:50AM Jaime Dew Cannibalism and the Possibility of Bodily Resurrection: A Revised Approach to Reassembly
Hilton – Carroll A 10:10–10:50 Shaun Price Hymnody and the Atonement: Unique Contributions of William Cowper in the Olney Hymns
Hilton – Calloway A 11:00–11:40 Andrew J. Spencer Environmental Ethics and Inerrancy: Challenges from the Hermeneutics of Ecotheology
BCC-345 2:40–3:10PM Nathan Finn Andrew Fuller: An Evangelical Theologian
Hilton – Poe B 2:50–3:30PM Benjamin Merkle Hermeneutical Challenges for a (Traditional) Premillenial Interpretation of Revelation 20
Hilton – Johnson A 3:40–4:20PM Ant Greenham The Ethics of Silence in Witness to Muslims
Hilton – Johnson A 4:30–5:10PM Daniel R. Heimbach and Ant Greenham with Bassam Chedid and Mark Coppenger Panel Discussion: Interacting with the Ethics of Islam

Wednesday, November 20th:

BCC–347 8:30–10:00AM Ken Keathley Molinist Gunslingers Redux: A Friendly Response to Greg Welty
BCC-347 8:30–10:00AM Greg Welty Molinist Gun Control: A Flawed Proposal?
Hilton–Tubman A 10:10–10:50AM Nathan Finn John R. Rice, Bob Jones Jr., and the “Mechanical Dictation” Controversy: Finalizing the Fracturing ofIndependent Fundamentalism
BCC-349 11:00–11:40AM Andreas Köstenberger with A.B. Caneday, Edward W. Klink, III and D.A. Carson Panel Discussion: Theology in John
BCC-336 3:00–3:40PM Mark Rooker Recent Trends in the Dating of Biblical Hebrew Texts
Hilton–Carroll A 4:40–5:20PM Abidan Paul Shah From Mills to Muenster: How many variants in the Manuscript Tradition of the NT?
Marriott–Stadium Ballroom 2 5:30–6:10PM John Hammett An Alternative to Universal and Limited Atonement

Thursday, December 21st:

Marriott-Stadium Ballroom 4 1:40–2:30PM Danny Akin Biblical Inerrancy and Biblical Exposition: A Match Made in Heaven
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  1. Roger Simpson   •  

    Dr. Finn:

    I’d like to sneak into the room during the time you are giving your talk at the ETS in Baltimore regarding “Mechanical Dictation”.

    What is your thesis?

    Maybe it is that one can hold to inerrancy [such as defined by the Chicago Statement and/or the SBC BFM} without holding to “mechanical dictation”. I think even to a layman, like myself — who has an extremely limited understanding of Hebrew and Greek — it is obvious that the human author’s style shines through in the 66 canonical books of the Bible.

    Are reprints and/or preprints of the ETS papers going to be available on the web or in printed form?

    Roger Simpson Oklahoma City OK

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