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THE BIBLE'S BEST KEPT SECRET
J. Richard Middleton

Professor of Biblical Worldview and Exegesis
Northeastern Seminary

OVER 40 PAPERS AT THIS INTERDISCIPLINARY
THEOLOGY CONFERENCE ADDRESS ASPECTS OF
NEW CREATION IN:
Old and New Testaments
Historical and Systematic Theology
Ecclesiology, Spirituality, and Ethics


SCHEDULE
Registration and Continental Breakfast        8:00
Welcome and Opening Liturgy        8:30
Set 1 Paper Presentations        8:50
Set 2 Paper Presentations      10:40
Lunch and Plenary      12:10
Set 3 Paper Presentations        2:15
Wrap Up and Closing Liturgy        4:15

COST
Student Registration: $50
Regular Registration: $80

Students registering for the conference will receive a 
complimentary one-year membership in the Canadian 
Evangelical Theological Association, which comes with a subscription to the Canadian Theological Review.

REGISTRATION
Online or download a registration form

LOCATION
Pearce Memorial Church
4322 Buffalo Road
North Chili, NY 14514
Rochester's Rich Religious History

INFORMATION
585.594.6420

SPONSORS
Northeastern Seminary at Roberts Wesleyan College
Canadian Evangelical Theological Association

   FEATURED PAPERS

   A semantic exploration into the meaning of God dwelling
   with humanity in the New Creation
   Eric Baker
   Ph.D. candidate
   Andrews University Theological Seminary

   Re-creating after the Flood: The New Creation in Genesis 8-9
   Stephen J. Bennett
   Associate Professor of Old Testament
   Alliance Theological Seminary and Nyack College

   Eschatology Shapes Ethics: New Creation and
   Christian Ecological Virtue Ethics

   Steven Bouma-Prediger
   Professor of Religion and Chair of the Religion Department
   Hope College

   The Lord's Prayer as Longing for the New Creation:
   Implications for Personal and Congregational Prayer

   Jonathan C. Bratt
   D.Min. candidate
   Northeastern Seminary

   New Creation and Water Baptism: A Patristic Reversal of
   the Parable of the Empty House

   Roli Garcia dela Cruz
   Adjunct Professor for Biblical Studies
   International Correspondence Institute and Global University

   Ecce homo: The Servant of YHWH as imago dei in
   Second Isaiah

   J. Gerald Janzen
   MacAllister-Petticrew Professor Emeritus of Old Testament
   Christian Theological Seminary

   Reconciling the World: The Church as Bridge Between
   Creation and the Kingdom of God

   David Ketter
   M.Div. candidate
   Trinity School for Ministry

   Wisdom Revelation in Job
   August Konkel
   Professor of Old Testament
   McMaster Divinity College

   Liberation Theology from a United States Hispanic-
   Protestant Theological Perspective

   Pedro Rios
   Doctor of Strategic Leadership candidate
   Regent University

   Work or Wait? Goal or Gift? The Human Role in
   Renewing Creation

   Nancy Rourke
   Associate Professor & Director of the Catholic Studies Program
   Canisius College

   Out of the Birdbath and Into the Marketplace: Francis of
   Assisi (d. 1226), His
Canticle of Brother Sun, and the
   New Creation

   Gabriel Scarfia
   Professor of Systematic Theology
   Christ the King Seminary

   Eschatology and Ecofeminist Theology: The Challenge of
   Preaching the "New Creation" in a Time of
   Environmental Crisis

   Leah D. Schade
   Ph.D. candidate
   The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia

   Jesus and the Earth
   Howard A. Snyder
   Professor Emeritus of the History and Theology of Mission
   Asbury Theological Seminary

   Introducing the Incarnate Christ: How John's Logos
    Theology Sets the Stage for the Narrative Development
    of Jesus' Identity
   Cord Sullivan
   M.A. in Theological Studies candidate
   Northeastern Seminary

    Why It Matters "That Your Sons Will Marry You"
    (Isaiah 62:5)
   Adam T. Trambley
   M.Div., Virginia Theological Seminary

   Let Her Preach! The Pedagogy of Women Preachers from the
   Feminist, Womanist, and Mujerista Points of View

   Sheritta Michelle Williams
   M.A.-Theological Studies
   Northeastern Seminary

   Children of Abraham, the Restoration of Israel and the
   Eschatological Pilgrimage of the Nations: What Does It
   Mean For the Participants of the New Creation?

   Christopher Zoccali
   Ph.D.