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North Park Symposium 2009

North Park Theological Seminary in Chicago, Illinois, is pleased to announce that the twenty-fifth Symposium on the Theological Interpretation of Scripture will take place September 24–26, 2009. The symposium will start at 7:00 p.m. on September 24 in Nyvall Hall and will extend through a Saturday afternoon worship service on September 26. The theme in 2009 will be Conversion. The following persons have agreed to make presentations:

  • Markus Bockmuehl, Oxford University, New Testament
  • Stephen Chester, North Park Theological Seminary, New Testament
  • Andrew Dearman, Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Old Testament
  • Eric James Greaux, Winston-Salem State University, Preaching
  • Frank Macchia, Vanguard University, Theology
  • Scot McKnight, North Park University, New Testament
  • Lewis Rambo, San Francisco Theological Seminary, Pastoral Psychology
  • Wyndy Corbin Reuschling, Ashland Theological Seminary, Theology
  • Warren Smith, Duke Divinity School, History

Persons interested in attending the sessions should write before September 1 to:

Ms. Guylla Brown
North Park Theological Seminary
3225 W. Foster Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60625

Meals may be taken at North Park and assistance can be provided in finding nearby
lodging.

For information about Ex Auditu, the annual journal publishing the papers from the North Park Symposium on the Theological Interpretation of Scripture click here. Back issues are available here. If you are interested in receiving a free copy of Ex Auditu, click here.

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