Prophet in the Technological Wilderness: A Centenary Celebration & Critical Review of Jacques Ellul (1912-1994)

The Wheaton College Biblical and Theological Studies department is pleased to announce our summer conference, “Prophet in the Technological Wilderness: A Centenary Celebration & Critical Review of Jacques Ellul (1912 – 1994),” which will take place on the campus of Wheaton College, July 8-10, 2012. We invite you to join us as we explore Jacques Ellul’s life and legacy, focusing particularly on his views of technology, politics, propaganda, religion, theology and ethics.

Speakers include:
Andy Alexis-Baker, Randy M. Ataide, Mark Baker, Stephanie Bennett, Arthur Boers, Daniel Cerezuelle, Patrick Chastenet, Cliff Christians, Raymond Downing, Darrell Fasching, Scott Francisco, David W. Gill, Jeffrey P. Greenman, Randolph Haluza-DeLay, Paul Heidebrecht, Virginia Landgraf, Ted Lewis, David Lovekin, Randal Marlin, Sebastien Morrillon, Nick Ogle, Read Mercer Schuchardt, Noah Toly, Gabriel Vahanian, Jacob Van Vleet, Gregory Wagenfuhr, Sue Wentworth, Langdon Winner

For more information and to register, please visit this website. All inquiries should be directed to Theology.Conference[at]wheaton[dot]edu.

The Jacques Ellul Conference is co-sponsored by the International Jacques Ellul Society, the Wheaton College Graduate Biblical and Theological Studies Department, and the Wheaton College Archives.

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About Jordan P. Barrett

PhD, Systematic Theology, Wheaton College
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