Speakers

 Plenary Papers

William Abraham

Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University
Providence and the Quest for A non-interventionist vision of Divine Action

 

 

 

Oliver Crisp

Fuller Theological Seminary
Meticulous Divine Providence

 

 

Christine Helmer

Northwestern University
Schleiermacher, Trust, and the Hiddenness of Divine Action

 

 

Brenda Deen Schildgen

University of California at Davis (Distinguished Emerita)
Divine Providence: A Distorted Theology of History?

 

 

Philip Ziegler

University of Aberdeen
The Devil’s Work: Divine Providence and its Antithesis

 

 

 

Parallel Sessions

Martha Elias Downey

Threshold School of Ministry, New Brunswick, Canada; Teaching Pastor, Vineyard Montreal Church
Theology Goes to the Theatre: Dramatic Theology as Schema for Engaging with Divine Action

Steve Duby

Grand Canyon University
Motion, Divine Action, and the Logic of Eternity

Rebekah Earnshaw

Dordt College
Finding the Absent Father in Scriptural Portrayals of Fatherly Providential Care

Greg Ganssle

Biola University
Prospects for God’s Direct Conservation at Each Instant

Julian Gutierrez

Independent Scholar
Who is this King of Glory? Recovering the Identity of the God of Providence

Ross Hastings

Regent College
Divine and Creational Agency in Asymmetric Compatibilism: A Barthian Option

Jonathan Hill

University of Exeter
Should a Christian be an Occasionalist?

David Hunsicker

Azusa Pacific University
Virtue and Natural Law in Reformed Theological Ethics: A Critical Evaluation of Recent Trends

R. David Nelson

Baker Academic
Old and New Actions of God: Reimagining the Doctrines of Divine Agency and Providence after the Apocalyptic Turn

Nathaniel Gray Sutanto

Covenant City Church, Jakarta, Indonesia
Divine Providence’s Wetenschappelijke Benefits: Retrieving A Bavinckian Model

Jordan Wessling

Fuller Theological Seminary
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Roger Turner

Walters State Community College
Competing with God: On an Incompatibility between Divine Action and Human Freedom

David Worsley and David Efird

University of York

‘So That Where I Am, There You May Be Also:’ Divine Action and Divine Providence in the Beatific Vision

Biola UniversityBiola University—Torrey Honors InstituteFuller Theological SeminaryZondervan Academic