This week the national meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society will hold its annual meeting in San Diego, California. The theme is “Christ in the Old Testament.” Seven Free Will Baptists will participate in the program, including five who will share some of their scholarly work. Below is a brief overview of the presenters, paper titles, and sections:
Baptist Studies: Phillip T. Morgan of Welch College will present, “Seventeenth-Century General Baptist Use of the Old Testament.”
Pentateuch: Matthew McAffee of Welch College will present, “The Documentary Hypothesis Revisited: An Assessment of the Neo-Documentary Approach.”
Systematic Theology: Matthew Pinson of Welch College will present, “Are Arminians Synergists?”
Ethics: Matthew Steven Bracey of Welch College will present, “Edmund Burke and the Moral Imagination in Christian Ethics.”
New Testament (Luke – Acts): Jeff Cockrell of Welch College will present, “Showing the Good God to Pagans: Paul’s Apologia in Acts 17.”
Additionally, several brethren will moderator various sections:
Jesse Owens of Immanuel FWB and Welch College will moderate a Church History section focused on Baptist Studies.
Zach Vickery of Tippett’s Chapel FWB will moderate a section on Septuagint Studies.
Jeff Cockrell will moderate a New Testament Section.
Matthew Bracey will moderate a section on 18th – 19th Century Church History.
Matthew McAffee will moderate an OT Backgrounds section, especially as it relates to Ancient Near Eastern studies.
After the meeting, audio recordings of the presentations will be available to purchase for a small price at www.wordmp3.com.