Southwesterners to present at 2011 ETS

FORT WORTH, Texas (SWBTS) – Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary faculty members are slated to present papers during the 63rd national meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society (ETS) in San Francisco, Calif., Nov. 16-18. The theme of the 2011 conference is “No Other Name.”
To see updates and a full listing of presenters, including Southwestern faculty members, students and alumni, visit the ETS website at www.etsjets.org. Current Southwestern faculty members contributing to the conference include:
David L. Allen (dean of the School of Theology, professor of preaching): Response to a review of his Hebrews commentary in the New American Commentary Series.
Herbert W. Bateman IV (professor of New Testament): Moderator for “General Epistles” and “Letter to the Hebrews” sessions.
Craig Blaising (executive vice president and provost, professor of theology): “Classical, Traditional, Progressive: Validity of Labels in Distinguishing Types of Dispensationalism.”
Robert Caldwell (assistant professor of church history): “Adoniram Judson and the Edwardsean Heritage.”
Charles Carpenter (associate professor of English, College at Southwestern): “Setting as Foreshadowing in the Fourth Gospel.”
Dongsun Cho (assistant professor of historical theology): “Ambrosiaster on the Doctrine of Justification by Faith Alone.”
Travis Dickinson (assistant professor of philosophy and Christian apologetics): “Foundationalism and the God’s Eye View”
Jason G. Duesing (vice president of strategic initiatives, assistant professor of historical theology): “Salvation in No One Else: A Bicentennial Appreciation of Adoniram Judson’s Life and Missionary Sacrifice for the Burmese.”
Paul Gritz (professor of church history): “The Unseen Rift among London’s Particular Baptists during the 1640s over Tobias Crisp’s Views in Christ Alone Exalted.”
Kevin D. Kennedy (associate professor of theology): “Theories of Election and Paul’s Objections in Romans Chapter 9.”
Jason K. Lee (associate professor of historical theology): “The Two Greatest Commandments (Matt. 22) and the Place of the Law.”
Evan Lenow (assistant professor of ethics): “The Forgotten Virtue of Friendship: Thomistic Friendship and Contemporary Christian Ethics.”
Miles S. Mullin II (assistant professor of church history): “American Evangelical Global Social Engagement in the Name of Jesus: The Experience of World War II and the Early Years of the World Relief Commission.”
Helmuth B. Pehlke (professor of Old Testament, extension center in Bonn, Germany): “Metallurgy in the ANE from the Neolithic to the EB.”
Terry L. Wilder (professor of New Testament): “Literary Property, Pseudonymity, and the New Testament with Special Reference to Ehrman’s ‘Forged.’

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