Wheaton’s PhD Students and Faculty at ETS/AAR/SBL 2013

I am very pleased to say that Wheaton’s doctoral students and faculty were well represented at this year’s Bible/theology conferences. It’s exciting to see the breadth of research and writing going on here, especially when you know that this is only a small sampling of what everyone is doing.

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The doctoral students in particular did an outstanding job with 9 students presenting 10 papers over a wide range of biblical and theological topics. And the faculty were similarly well represented with 17 faculty presenting 19 papers.

I have listed the various presenters and papers below. Given that this list includes 29 papers and 4 moderated sessions extending over 8 days and 3 conferences, it’s entirely possible that I’ve missed something. So let me know if anything is missing or incorrect.

You will also notice that I’m not on the list anywhere. That’s mostly because I’m lazy. But it also has something to do with deciding that I had enough going on with the move to Wheaton this year. (Mostly the former.)

If you’re interested in any of these papers/topics and would like more information, feel free to let me know in the comments or by email. I can’t guarantee anything since none of these papers are mine and they may well represent ongoing research that people aren’t quite ready to share with a broader audience. But it’s also possible that they’d be happy to pass something along, and it can’t hurt to ask! So let me know.

Papers by Doctoral Students

Jordan Barrett

“The Demise of Divine Simplicity in Modern Theology: A Survey and Response”

Eva Dittman

“Bearing False Witness – The Eighth Commandment in its Social Context”

Jonathan Hoglund

“The Regulating Function of the Biblical Term ‘Heart’ for Theological Anthropology”

Moderated a session on natural theology and epistemology

Carmen Imes

“Taking Exodus 20: in Vain: The History of the Misinterpretation of the Name Command”

“’Treasured Possession’: The Development of an OT Theme and its Use in 1 Peter 2:9–10.”

Michael Kibbe

“Moses Feared and Israel Fled: Deuteronomic Historiography in Hebrews 12:18-29″

“Which Mountain? Which Mediator? The Sinai Narratives in Heb 12:18-29″

Brittany Kim

“A Mighty Warrioress: Reading the Conquest Narratives through the Eyes of Jessie Penn-Lewis”

Susan Rieske

“A Generation Unchained: The Untold Story of Matthew 11:12″

A. Rahel Schafer

“Wailing Walls and Fearful Flocks: Non-human Emotion as Portrayed in the Hebrew Bible”

Ashish Varma

“United with Christ But Not Changed? The Implications of Barth’s Anthropology and Doctrine of Union with christ for Christian Virtue”

Papers by Faculty

Daniel Block

“Covenance: A Whole Bible Perspective”

“Responding to the Gospel: Six Postulates of Deuteronomic Law”

Jeffrey Bingham

“Paideia and Polemic in Second-Century Lyons: Irenaeus on Education”

John’s Apocalypse and Early Theology: Irenaeus and Some Nag Hammadi Texts”

Lynn Cohick

Moderated a session on NT backgrounds authorship and authority

Jason Gile

“Deuteronomic Influence in the Book of Ezekiel”

Gene Green

“Inerrancy and Jude”

Moderated a session on scripture and theology in global context

Jon Laansma

Moderated a session on resurrection in Hebrews

Daniel Master

“Philistine Religion at Ashkelon”

Doug Moo

“Paul and ‘The Message of the Cross’”

Nick Perrin

“The Historical Jesus, the Synoptic Problem and Romanticism’s Myth of Origins”

“Upper Case ‘Son’ and Lower Case ‘Sons’: The Dominical Roots of Jesus’ Filial (Self-) Identity”

Amy Peeler

Responded to a set of papers on “Hebrews: Space Theory and Emerging Studies”

D. Brent Sandy

“Orality and Inerrancy”

Tom Schwanda

“Kindle the Heavenly Flame: The Joy-Filled Spirituality of John Cennick”

Richard Shultz

“Is Divine Inspiration and Inerrancy a Biblical Concept ”

“‘I Make Weal and Create Woe’…’God Has Made the One as well as the Other’ (Isa 45:7 and Eccl 7:14, NRSV): Qoheleth and Isaiah in Dialogue”

Karin Stetina

“John Calvin on the Inspiration and inerrancy of Scripture”

Dan Treier

“Lady Wisdom and the Eternal Son: A Match Made in Proverbs 8?”

Steven Tsoukalas

“Comparative Theology: what Should Be the Christian Approach to Religions?”

John Walton

“Adam and Eve Archetypes”

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4 Responses to “Wheaton’s PhD Students and Faculty at ETS/AAR/SBL 2013”

  1. Mike White November 27, 2013 at 10:19 am #

    Dr. Cortez,

    Jordan Barrett’s paper looks awesome. Any way you could convince him to send it my way?

  2. Luke Geraty November 27, 2013 at 11:48 pm #

    Marc,

    I’d LOVE to read

    Karin Stetina’s “John Calvin on the Inspiration and inerrancy of Scripture.”

    Is that possible?

  3. Marc Cortez November 30, 2013 at 8:45 am #

    Okay, I’ve put in requests for those papers, and I’ll let you know what I find out.

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