Monday, April 2, 2007

4th Annual DTS Student Academic Conference


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The Fourth Annual DTS Student Academic Conference will be held on Friday, April 20th from 4:00 to 8:30p.m. in the Todd Academic Building at DTS. Admission is FREE! Hosted by Drs. Dan Wallace and Gordon Johnston. Presenters were chosen by DTS faculty and represent some of the very best work produced this semester. Presentations will be judged by faculty referrees and votes will be entered for the winner. First place winner receives $250.00 and second place $150.00. So far, the confirmed speakers are as follows (subject to change)

4:00 - 4:45

Jared Bryant (Todd 215) "Multifaceted Use of the Biblical Phrase 'Word of God'."

Scott Nassau (Todd 217) "Psalm 89 as a Midrash on the Davidic

Brian Wright (Todd 218) "Jesus as Theos: Scriptural Fact or Scribal

4:45 - 5:30 p.m.

Steve Bagby (Todd 215) "Origen and Circumcision."

Kevin Groven (Todd 217) "Clausal Function in 1 Samuel 4-7: An Application of
Heller's Narritive Structure and Discourse Constellations."

Peter Vik (Todd 218) "The Quickening: A Fresh Look at an Older View of Romans 8:11."

5:30 - 6:30 BREAK - Spring Fling Dinner Activities


Daniel Cooley (Todd 215) "The Postmodern Revelance of An Edwardsean Response To The Enlightenment."

Peter Smith (Todd 217) "What do the Patriarchs Have to do with the Resurrection?
Jesus' Use of Covenant Language in His Debate with the

Garrett Matthis (Todd 218) "Matt 18:15 - Sin Against Who? A Textual Issue of Orthopraxy"

7:15 - 8:00

Travis Williams (Todd 218) "Bandaging up the Red Headed Stepchild: Re-Examining the Style
of the Longer Ending of Mark."

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