2016: Speakers

2016: Speakers


William Abraham, Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University
Postmodern Historical Criticism and the Possibility of Hearing God

Stephen Fowl, Loyola University
“In Many and Various Ways:” Hearing the Voice of God in Scripture

John Goldingay, Fuller Theological Seminary
Hearing God Speak from the First Testament

Amy Plantinga Pauw, Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary
The Voice of God in Israel’s Wisdom Literature

Daniel Treier, Wheaton College
Scripture’s Textual Voices: A Dogmatic Account

Breakout Sessions:

Myk Habets, Carey Baptist College
“That was Then, This is Now: Reading Hebrews Retroactively

Erin Heim, Denver Seminary
Paths Beyond Tracing Out: The Hermeneutics of Metaphor and Theological Method

Daniel Hill, University of Liverpool
Belief in the Bible and Epistemic Structures

Benjamin Lappenga, Dordt College
Sanctified by God’s Word: Towards a Websterian Ontology of Scripture and Church

Daniel Lee, Fuller Theological Seminary
Reading Scripture in Our Context: Double Particularity in Karl Barth’s Actualistic View of Scripture

Joy Moore, Fuller Theological Seminary
Sacred Speech in an Age of Radical Criticism

Adam Nigh, William Jessup University
Hearing the Text: Scripture and Preaching as Sacramental Pair

Ryan Peterson, Talbot School of Theology
For the Love of God: Scripture and the Formation of Human Identity

Timothy Pickavance and Jason McMartin, Talbot School of Theology
The Voice of God in Historical Biblical Criticism

Biola UniversityBiola University—Torrey Honors InstituteFuller Theological SeminaryZondervan Academic