Author Archives: Ryan Clevenger

WCECS Colloquium: Imagining the Eschatological State

2017 Colloquium Imagining the Eschatological State co-sponsored by The Wheaton Center for Early Christian Studies, Wheaton College The Center for Scriptural Exegesis, Philosophy, and Doctrine, Mundelein Seminary and the Chicago Theological Initiative Friday, March 24th 9:30–12:00 •Beth Felker Jones (Wheaton): … Continue reading

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The Righteousness of God by Charles Lee Irons (review)

Review by Matthew Monkemeier Irons, Charles Lee. The Righteousness of God: A Lexical Examination of the Covenant-Faithfulness Interpretation. WUNT 2.386. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2015. Very few word-groups are as consequential for how we understand Paul as the “righteousness” (δικ-) word-group, … Continue reading

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St Andrews Fellows in Science & Theology

From their website: The St Andrews Fellows in Science & Theology is a multi-million-dollar project generously funded by the John Templeton Foundation. Its goal is to build on the past generation of work at the intersection of theology, religion, and … Continue reading

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2016 WCECS Colloquium Public Lecture

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Colloquium On Christian Dying

The Wheaton Center for Early Christian Studies is co-sponsoring with The Center for Scriptural Exegesis, Philosophy, and Doctrine (Mundelein Seminary) and the Chicago Theological Initiative a colloquium On Christian Dying. The colloquium will take place on March 17–18. Here is the schedule: Thursday, March … Continue reading

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2016 SEBTS PhD Symposium Competition on A Theology of Faith, Work, and Economics

Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary has announced the 2016 SEBTS PhD Symposium Competition on A Theology of Faith, Work, and Economics. The Symposium Competition is available to all current PhD students and will be hosted on our campus in Wake Forest, NC. … Continue reading

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2015 Papatheofanis Lecture — “And Yet the Books: Patristics in the Footnotes” by Dr. Susan R. Holman

If you are in the Wheaton area on November 5th, be sure to stop by at 7:30 pm and hear Dr. Susan Holman give the 2015 Papatheofanis lecture!

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The Very Rev. Dr. John Behr, “Synchronic and Diachronic Harmony: Saint Irenaeus on Divine Simplicity”

Recently I was posting updates about the colloquium that The Wheaton Center for Early Christian Studies that was held on March 19–20. While space for the colloquium was limited, we had a public lecture delivered by The Very Rev. Dr. John Behr, … Continue reading

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Congratulations to James Gordon!

Congratulations to James Gordon for successfully defending his dissertation on December 12th. His dissertation, “The Holy One in Our Midst: A Dogmatic Defense of the Extra Calvinisticum” provides a cumulative case argument for the extra Calvinisticum. After examining the objections to the … Continue reading

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Public Lecture by John Behr on Irenaeus and Divine Simplicity

While there is now no more room available for attending the colloquium, the lecture presented by The Very Rev. Dr. John Behr is still free and open to the public. His lecture is entitled “Synchronic and Diachronic Harmony: Irenaeus on Divine … Continue reading

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