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California Baptist University at ETS, AAR, & SBL

California Baptist University at ETS, AAR, & SBL

CBU 3Professors and colleagues from California Baptist University have a number of paper presentations at this years annual conferences. We have a good breadth of disciplines represented: Church History, New Testament, Philosophy, and Systematic Theology. The following will be represented at ETS, AAR, and SBL this coming November.

Anthony L. Chute

ETS: Tuesday, 15 November, 9:50am – 10:30am, "Trends in 19th Century Pastoral Theology" in Baptist Studies: Pastor-Theologians Among Baptists in America

Adamson Co

ETS: Wednesday, 16 November, 8:30am – 9:10am, "Contra Moltmann: The Necessity of a ‘Monotheistic Monarchianism’ in the Concept of the Trinity" in The Trinity Intra-Trinitarian Relations

John Gill

ETS: Tuesday, 15 November, 4:30pm –5:10pm, "Thomas Monck’s Adherence to an Orthodox Understanding of the Trinity" in Church History: 17th - 18th Century

Ash Melika

SBL: Monday, 21 November, 1:00pm – 3:30pm, "Tribal Warfare in the Books of Joshua and Judges: An Anthropological Reading" in Warfare in Ancient Israel

Timothy Mosteller

ETS: Wednesday, 16 November, 3:00pm – 3:40pm, "Vallicella’s Regress Objection to Moreland’s Account of Existence: A Rejoinder" in Evangelical Philosophical Society D2

Luke Stamps

AAR: Friday, 18 November, 1:00pm – 3:45 pm, "Context Setting Introduction of Divine Action and Hebrews: The Ongoing Priesthood of Jesus" co-presented with Craig Bartholomew in the Scripture and Doctrine Seminar (SADS)

Shawn J. Wilhite

ETS: Tuesday, 15 November, 10:40–11:20 am, "'Is the Lord of Two Angels?': Michel Barnes, Justin Martyr, and Jewish Pneumatology Redivivus" in Trinitarian Thought and Development in Second Century Literature

François Bovon on the Sermon on the Plain

François Bovon on the Sermon on the Plain

Moving Trinitarian Discussions Forward

Moving Trinitarian Discussions Forward