The Annual ETS and SBL meetings in Providence and Boston

This week, two of us here at Domain Thirty-Three, Stan and Dave, will be heading to Providence, RI for the annual Evangelical Theological Society meeting, and then to Boston, MA for the annual Society of Biblical Literature meeting. We are always excited for this time of the year, where we get to reconnect with colleagues and friends, present papers, and sit in on some (hopefully) stimulating discussions. And let’s not forget enjoying some of the local eateries!

Stan is presenting four papers at ETS and SBL:

“Orality and Textuality and Implications for the New Testament” in the New Testament Canon, Textual Criticism, and Apocryphal Literature section: Orality and Textuality in Early Christianity, ETS (Wednesday, Nov 15, 9:00am—12:10pm).

“What Does ‘Always Reforming’ Exegesis Mean for Contemporary Interpretation?” in the New Testament Greek Language and Exegesis section: Greek Exegesis and Semper Reformanda, ETS (Wednesday, Nov 15, 2:00—5:10pm).

“Conflict Resolution: Leadership and the Jerusalem Council” in the A Summary, Response, and Interaction with Biblical Leadership: Theology for the Everyday Leader section, ETS (Friday, Nov 17, 1:00—4:30pm).

“Review of Steve Runge and Christopher Fresch, eds., The Greek Verb Revisited” in the Biblical Greek Language and Linguistics Section, SBL (Saturday, Nov 18, 1:00—3:30pm).

Dave is presenting one paper at ETS:

“‘The Unbelieving Husband Has Been Sanctified’? The Perfect Tense-Form and 1 Cor 7:14” in the New Testament Greek Language and Exegesis section, ETS (Thursday, Nov 16, 3:00—6:10pm).

We are excited for this coming week and hope for a stimulating time, not only intellectually but relationally and spiritually. Stay tuned for updates during the conferences!

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