Covenant Seminary’s second annual theology conference is coming up (Jan 22nd), and I am happy to say that two Wheaton students will be presenting. Jon Hoglund is presenting a paper titled, “Grace in Pajon and Vanhoozer,” and Susanne Osborne’s paper is called, “Our Triune God.” In addition to Jon and Susanne’s papers, here are a few others that looked especially interesting to me:
“Union With Christ in Acts”
“Is Inerrancy Modernistic? Biblical Epistemology of Testimony and the Prophetic Office”
“Why can’t we Hear the Music? Five Common Objections to the Imitation of Christ”
“Believing and Belonging: The function of the exodus narrative in Deuteronomy and its implications for the place of story in the life of the people of God”
“Marriage of Martin and Katharina Luther”
The plenary address will be given by Dr. Esther Meek, and is titled, “Covenant Epistemology: Restoring Love, Wonder, and Wisdom to Scholarship and Seminary.”
For those of you in the Saint Louis area, this is a great opportunity to hear some excellent papers and meet new people. You can find the conference flier here.