I am pleased to report that the glitch on the website for booking this year’s conference has now been fixed. We have extended the discounted booking rate to the 8th July. Bookings can be made here: http://www.epay.ed.ac.uk/browse/extra_info.asp?compid=1&modid=2&catid=3&prodid=1860
Dr Paul Middleton
Secretary, The British New Testament Society
A glitch appears to have developed in the booking site for this year’s conference. The residential booking option has disappeared. Please do not use the non-residential booking option if you plan to attend as a residential delegate.
We are looking into it and hope to have it restored to full working order next week.
We will extend the reduced booking rate once we get it fixed.
Many thanks for your patience.
Houston Baptist University announces a wonderful exhibition and a fascinating conference both related to the 500th anniversary of Erasmus’ edition of the New Testament in 2016.
Exhibition: “Renaissance of the Bible; 500th Anniversary of Erasmus’ Greek text, the foundation for Reformation”. A special exhibit for the 500th anniversary of the first publication of the printed Greek text by Erassmus in 1516. January 4 – December 16, 2016
Conference: AD FONTES, AD FUTURA: Erasmus’ Bible and the Impact of Scripture. February 25-27, 2016, hosted by the School of Christian Thought and the Dunham Bible Museum. The call for papers will follow soon.
Each year the Claremont Annual Philosophy of Religion Conference brings together thinkers from different religions, traditions, and academic disciplines to discuss one particular theme in the fields of Religion, Theology and Philosophy of Religion. The theme of the 37th conference will be Love and Justice: Consonance or Dissonance?. The conference will be held at Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, California, on February 19-20, 2016. Speakers will include: Richard Amesbury (Zurich), Anselm Min (Claremont), Arne Grøn (Copenhagen), W. David Hall (Center College), Namsoon Kang (Brite Divinity School), Ulrich Körtner (Vienna); Regina Schwartz (Evanston), Nicholas Wolterstorff (Yale).
The Udo Keller Stiftung Forum Humanum (Hamburg) has generously provided 10 conference grants ($2200 each) to enable doctoral students and new PHDs (not earlier than 2011) to participate in the conference.
Go here for all the details if such a conference is of interest to you.
The Economist has this advice for foreign visitors re: guns- and it’s worth passing along (with thanks to David ‘The Mustachioed’ Creech on the twitter for it)