Speakers

 Plenary Papers

Esther Acolatse

Knox College, University of Toronto

 “… and the Fellowship of the Holy Spirit:” The Relational Nature of the Spirit in God and Humans

 

 

 

Daniel Castelo

Seattle Pacific University

Spiritual Enlightenment: Contributions of a Pneumatological Epistemology

 

 

 

Lucy Peppiatt

Westminster Theological Centre

“The Spirit of the Lord:” Reflections on a Christomorphic Pneumatology

 

 

 

Ephraim Radner

Wycliffe College

Running Away from Sorrow: Modern Pneumatology and its Discontents

 

 

 

Fred Sanders

Torrey Honors Institute, Biola University

“The Spirit who is from God:” The Pneumatology of Eternal Procession and Temporal Mission

 

 

Parallel Sessions

Rafael Bello, Fiel Publishing House, Brazil: “The Spirit of Habitus: The Holy Spirit and divine taxis in the sanctification of the Son’s humanity”

Joshua Cockayne, University of St. Andrews:“We believe in the Holy Spirit…the Holy Catholic Church”

Leon Harris, Biola University: “The Holy Spirit as Liberator: An Exploration of a Black American Pneumatology of Freedom”

Daniel L. Hill, Dallas Theological Seminary: “Holy Pedagogue and Perfecting Guide: The Holy Spirit and Divine Presence”

Joanna Leidenhag and Kimberley Kroll, University of St. Andrews: “On the Self-Revelation of the Holy Spirit and the Problem of Thirdness”

Jason McMartin, Biola University, “Holy Spirit Empowered Work”

Jerome Van Kuiken and Joshua McNall, Oklahoma Wesleyan University: “Who’s on Third: (Re)locating the Spirit in the Triune Taxis”

Adonis Vidu, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary: “Filioque and the Order of the Divine Missions”

David Worsley and David Efird, University of York: “Pneumatology, Demonology, and Quiescence”

Sameer Yadav, Westmont College: “Divine Immanence and Economy in the Procession of the Spirit”

Simeon Zahl, University of Cambridge: “Sanctification in the Spirit: An Affective Augustinian Perspective”

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