Beyond Old and New Perspectives on Paul: A Critical Engagement with Douglas Campbell’s “The Deliverance of God” Duke Divinity School November 9-10, 2012

Via T.J. Lang of Duke U.-

This conference will engage Douglas Campbell’s book, “The Deliverance of God” (Eerdmans, 2009). It will summarize and critically discuss his proposals concerning the modern interpretation of Paul’s justification language, argumentation, and resulting version of the gospel. It will cover broader church historical and theological issues, key questions of close exegesis, and the politics of interpretation, especially in the modern American context.

Scholars, students, ministers, and interested lay people are all welcome to attend.

Conference Format
Each session will focus on a paper, which will be pre-circulated to attendees, and should be read in advance by all attendees. The presenters will summarize the papers at the beginning of each session for 5-10 minutes, and designated respondents can then engage in discussion with the presenters. The chair will then move discussion into plenary. Faculty attending the conference and respondents from other sessions will have priority in plenary.

Respondents will include Stephen Chapman, Susan Eastman, Stanley Hauerwas, Willie Jennings, Warren Smith, and David Steinmetz.

Questions
For any further questions, including information about hotels and travel, please contact T.J. Lang.

Visit the link above at the commencement of this post for the schedule and registration information (to be available in the next day or so).  Chris Tilling and I are attending.  If you are, we’d love to see you there and chat- and maybe even catch a meal together.

About Jim

I am a Pastor, and Lecturer in Church History and Biblical Studies at Ming Hua Theological College.
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