Wheaton College’s annual Theology conference seems to get better year by year, and 2010 looks to be the best yet. N.T. Wright is the keynote speaker, with Richard Hays and Kevin Vanhoozer also participating. That’s a great lineup. The theme of the conference is Jesus, Paul and the People of God and will most likely [...]
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Christianbook.com’s “The Academia Nut” is gathering nominations for the most influential and/or important publications of the 21st Century…so far. Unlike popular books, Academic titles require much more time to make an impact. They must be read digested, researched, and approved by the guild for which they are written. This takes time; often years. Thus, a [...]
In recent years a growing number of Christian scholars have begun emphasizing the need to move beyond (but not leave behind) critical methodological paradigms for interpreting Scripture. Katheryn Green-McCreight sums up the premise of this new, but solidifying movement, well when stating that those who support theological interpretation believe “recovery of ancient practices and postures [...]
In just under two weeks thousands of theologians, biblical scholars, historians, and many other academics from across the Humanities and the globe will convene the 2009 SBL conference in New Orleans, Louisiana. It is also a huge event for publishers as they parade their newest releases in biblically related scholarship for the world to see, [...]