Speakers

Cortez

Marc Cortez

Wheaton College
Nature, Grace, and the Christological Ground of Humanity

 

 

 

 

LATC Meghan DeFranzaMegan K. DeFranza

Boston University School of Theology
Imago Dei: Theological Anthropology in a Hall of Mirrors

 

 

 

 

LATC Hans Madueme

Hans Madueme

Covenant College
“Man’s Heart is the Seat of All Evils:” A Theological Argument for Dualism

 

 

 

LATC ian mcfarlandIan McFarland

University of Cambridge
“The Upward Call:’ The Category of Vocation and the Oddness of Human Nature

 

 

 

LATC Frances Young

Frances Young

University of Birmingham
Adam and Christ: Human Solidarity Before God

 

 

 

Parallel Sessions

Matthew Y. Emerson

Oklahoma Baptist University
Mapping Anthropological Metaphysics With a Descensus Key: How Christ’s Descent to the Dead Informs the Body-Mind Conversation

Cambria Janae Kaltwasser

Northwestern College
Time-Bound Subjects: Responsibility, Death, and Christian Hope

Joanna Leidenhag and R. T. Mullins

University of Edinburgh and University of St. Andrews
Flourishing in the Spirit: Distinguishing Incarnation and Indwelling for Theological Anthropology

Christa L. McKirland, Jason McMartin, Timothy H. Pickavance

University of St. Andrews and Biola University (x2)
Embodiment, Edwards, and Knowledge

David W. McNutt

IVP Academic
Created to Create? A Critique of (and Appeal to) Human Creativity in Theological Anthropology

Richard Mouw

President Emeritus, Fuller Theological Seminary
The Relevance of Biblical Eschatology for Philosophical Anthropology

Faith Glavey Pawl

University of St. Thomas
Human Superiority, Divine Providence, and the Animal Good: a Thomistic Defense of Creaturely Hierarchy

Lucy Peppiatt

Westminster Theological Centre
Life in the Spirit: Christ’s and Ours

Ryan Peterson

Talbot School of Theology
Created and Constructed Identities in Theological Anthropology

Chelle Stearns

The Seattle School
An Ecology of Mutuality: Colin Gunton and Frances Young on Relationality, Disability, and Being Human

Gabrielle R. Thomas

Durham University
“Vulnerable, Yet Divine:” Retrieving Gregory Nazianzen’s Account of the Imago Dei

Aku Visala

University of Helsinki
Human Cognition and the Image of God

Biola UniversityBiola University—Torrey Honors InstituteFuller Theological SeminaryZondervan Academic