Wheaton Theology Conference 2010 (and NT Wright)

This year’s Wheaton Theology Conference (April 16-17, 2010) is in dialogue with Bishop of Durham, N.T. Wright and his dialogue partners for the weekend are very impressive!

Of course Wright will be there, not just for a fly-by, but all weekend with several lectures and a Q & A!  But – there is more.  Throw in Richard Hays, Markus Bockmuehl, Sylvia Keesmaat, Brian Walsh, Kevin Vanhoozer, Marianne Meye Thompson, and Edith Humphrey and you have what looks to be an amazing discussion!

For the schedule see HERE.  Soon there will be a permanent link on the sidebar.

At some point, perhaps a bit closer to the conference, I would like to do something like “an Idiot’s Guide t o NT Wright,” perhaps split into three parts: Wright on Paul, Wright on Jesus, Wright on Biblical Theology.

I could write the Paul post, but would any of you be interested in doing either of the other two?  I would like to get each part onto scribd and maybe, if the pieces are professional enough, we could get Wheaton to link to it to help registrants prepare and refresh their memories for the conference.  Just a thought!

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4 thoughts on “Wheaton Theology Conference 2010 (and NT Wright)

  1. Hi Nijay,

    I comment on your blog very sporadically, but would like to contribute to this. Please e-mail me so we can talk more about this, and you can get to know something about me in a more private setting, since I assume you don’t want just anyone writing something. If you are planning on keeping with people you already know, however, that’s fine and I understand that.

    Thanks,
    Kyle Fever

    kfever001@luthersem.edu

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