Thoughts on the ETS Ontario/Quebec Regional Meeting

Last weekend, on September 15, I attended and presented a paper at the regional ETS meeting at Heritage Theological Seminary in Cambridge, Ontario, Canada. The theme this year was “The Holy Spirit and Revival.” For a small region, there were a total of 20 parallel sessions (in which 11 papers were from McMaster Divinity College […]

45th International Systemic Functional Congress at Boston College

My colleague, Christopher Land, and I presented a paper on “Modeling Negation in Ancient Greek” at the 45th International Systemic Functional Congress hosted by Boston College from 23-27 July 2018. The Boston College site was a beautiful and impressive venue for the congress of about four hundred participants, a much bigger audience than the thirty […]

Sociolinguistics Symposium 22 in Auckland, New Zealand, 27-30 June 2018

I was invited to be a part of a special section of the Sociolinguistics Symposium 22 held at Auckland University in New Zealand, 27-30 June 2018, and to present a sessional paper at the conference attended by about eight or nine hundred participants. The Sociolinguistics Symposium is the largest sociolinguistics conference in the discipline, and […]

Celebrating John W. Rogerson

I was greatly saddened to learn of the death of Professor John W. Rogerson, who died Tuesday morning, September 4, of a heart attack in Sheffield, UK. Professor Rogerson was one of the great Old Testament scholars of his generation, as well as being an exceptional individual, loyal and devout churchman, excellent supervisor, and superb academic […]

Thanks to Hughson Ong

We just want to take a brief moment to thank Hughson Ong for his contributions to Domain Thirty-Three. Due to various other responsibilities, such as teaching, work, family, and other research projects, he is not able to contribute to the blog in the near future, so he has respectfully stepped down. Hughson has brought a […]

Book Announcement: Porter and Pang (eds), “The Letter to the Romans”

Long overdue, this book comprises the papers delivered at the Bingham Colloquium at McMaster Divinity College in 2014. The conference centered on Paul’s letter to the Romans, focusing on its exegetical and applicational values. Both New Testament and Old Testament perspectives are offered in the book. Table of Contents: 1. There Is No Longer Any […]