The truth will set you free

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The bi-annual Affinity Theological Studies Conference  will take place 2-4 February 2011 at High Leigh Conference Centre. It's a conference with a difference in that all the papers are sent out beforehand, a brief presentation is given then folk confer and discuss. It looks a cracking line up
 

The theme of the conference will be "The Truth Will Set You Free: The Doctrine and Function of Scripture in the 21st Century."

The following papers will be presented at the conference:

The Church doctrine of Scripture in the hands of nineteeth century rationalists?
Carl R. Trueman
Professor of Historical Theology Church History at Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia

Lost in the Old Testament? Literary Genres and Evangelical Hermeneutics
Peter Naylor
Minister, Immanuel Presbyterian Church, Cardiff

Right doctrine, wrong texts. Can we follow the apostles' doctrine but not their hermeneutic?
Greg Beale
Professor of New Testament and Biblical Theology at Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia

Every heretic has his text: the use and abuse of the Bible in the church
Martin Downes
Minister, Christ Church Deeside, and editor of Foundations

The Sufficiency of Scripture for Public Theology
Daniel Strange
Lecturer in Culture, Religion and Public Theology at Oak Hill College, London

Preaching the Word in the Power of the Spirit: biblical, historical and practical reflections
Hywel R. Jones
Professor of Practical Theology at Westminster Seminary California

For more information about the Studies Conference email: peter@affinity.org.uk

Posted October 6, 2010 @ 5:25 AM by Paul Levy
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