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Stone-Campbell Journal Conference Set for April 5, 6

by | 13 March, 2019

The 18th annual Stone-Campbell Journal (SCJ) Conference will take place next month at Johnson University Tennessee in Knoxville. The conference will be from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. April 5, and 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. April 6.

The theme “Acts and Paul: Another Look” will be developed by Craig Keener, F. M. Ada Thompson Professor of Biblical Studies, Asbury (Ky.) Theological Seminary; Jerry Sumney, professor or biblical studies, Lexington (Ky.) Theological Seminary; and David Fiensy, emeritus professor of biblical studies, Kentucky Christian University in Grayson.

Keener will present “Interpreting Acts: The Value of Cultural Background” and “Interpreting Romans: The Mind of the Spirit”; Sumney will present “Interpreting First Corinthians: The Value of Tradition”; and Fiensy will present “Interpreting Acts: The Value of Archaeology.”

More than 50 parallel papers on biblical, theological, and historical topics will also be presented.

Online registration closes March 22. More information is available at www.stone-campbelljournal.com.

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