Monday, September 17, 2007

While you're at ETS 2007 ...

A list of all papers to be read that are directly or indirectly related to puritanism, that I found. Jonathan Edwards gets a lot of coverage this year!:


Wednesday, 14 Nov

Anthony Chute (Calif Bapt U)
When We Talk about Calvinism, Let's Be Honest: Using Historical Theology to Add Perspective to a Baptist Debate
8.30-9.10

Robert Arnold (Southern BTS)
Was Samuel Rutherford a Scottish Mystic?
9.20-10.00

Richard Langer (Talbot Sch Theo)
John Cotton and Roger Williams: Letters from the Past and Lessons for the Present
9.20-10.00

Peter Beck (Southern BTS)
"The Excellent Christ": The Role of Christology in Jonathan Edwards's Theology of Prayer
10.10-10.50

Nathan D. Holsteen (Dallas Theo Sem)
Ecclesial Authority and Politico-Theological Debate: Lessons from the Seventeenth Century
10.10-10.50

Glen G. Scorgie (Bethel Sem, San Diego)
How Can This Be Worthwhile? Lessons from the History of Systematic Theologies
10.10-10.50

Robert Caldwell (Southwestern BTS)
Jonathan Edwards's Theology of Angels in Its Puritan Context
11.00-11.40

Thomas P. Johnston (Midwestern BTS)
Calvin's Evangelistic Zeal as Exemplified in Crespin's Martyrology
2.30-3.10

Kenneth J. Stewart (Covenant Coll)
The Doctrine of Regeneration in Evangelical Theology: The Reformation to the Present
2.30-3.10

Ian Jules Maddock (Highland Theo Coll)
Solving a Transatlantic Puzzle? John Wesley, George Whitefield, and "Free Grace Indeed!"
3.20-4.00


Thursday, 15 Nov

William D. Henard (Southern BTS)
More Than Terror: The Pastoral Preaching of Jonathan Edwards
9.20-10.00

David Eung-Yul Ryoo (Chongshin U)
Jonathan Edwards and His Preaching
10.10-10.50

Jong-Hun Yoon (Chongshin U)
A Study on the Relationship Between the English Puritan Movement and the Origin of Presbyterian Polity – By Research on Thomas Cartwright
10.10-10.50

Yung Sil Park (Chongshin U)
A Study of the Relevance of the Great Awakening Movement in Pyongyang and the Bible Class
11.00-11.40

R. Scott Clark (Westminster Sem, Calif)
Caspar Olevianus and the Old Perspective on Paul
3.00-3.40

Jan van Vliet (Prairie Coll)
Obedience in Early Covenant Theology: Natural Law, Moral Law, and Conscience from Thomas to Ames
3.50-4.30

Kevin D. Kennedy (Southwestern BTS)
Hermeneutical Discontinuity Between Calvin and Later Calvinism
4.40-5.20


Friday, 16 Nov

David Baggett (Liberty U)
C. S. Lewis and the Irrationality of Calvin's Terrible Tenet
9.50-10.30

Joanne Jung (Biola U)
Puritan Conference for the Contemporary Church
11.30-12.10

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Jonathan Edwards Study Group
9.00-11.30

Theme: Jonathan Edwards and the Puritans on the Sermon and Spiritual Formation
Moderator: Stephen J. Nichols (Lancaster Bib Coll)

Derek Thomas (RTS)
"Sound Preaching and Conscionable Hearing": The Puritans, The Sermon, and Spiritual Formation

Sean Michael Lucas (Covenant Theo Sem)
"Divine Light, Holy Heat": Jonathan Edwards, the Sermon, and Spiritual Formation
Respondent: Stephen J. Nichols (Lancaster Bib Coll)

Panel Discussion: Nichols, Thomas, and Lucas

General Discussion


Full ETS 2007 program (pdf)

2 comments:

Christopher J Coleman said...

I'm planning on attending on Wed. No class! Unfortunately, I'll miss Dr. Clark's paper on Olevianus, but I've heard all that before. (yawn) :)

Will any of you be able to make it?

H.C. Ross said...

Hey Chris,

Unfortunately I won't make it myself -- I'm pushing to finish my dissertation by February 08, and I still have quite a bit to go (too much blogging over the past two years :-)). Enjoy it.

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