Thursday, December 11, 2008

Call for Papers: Genesis and Christian Theology

Just heard from Luke Ben Tallon, Conference Administrator at St Mary's College, St Andrews University, about the following:

Call for Papers: Genesis and Christian Theology

14-18 July 2009

St Mary's College, University of St Andrews

The University of St Andrews is pleased to announce its third conference on Scripture and Christian Theology. Since the first conference on the Gospel of John in 2003, the St Andrews conferences have been recognized as one of the most important occasions when biblical scholars and systematic theologians are brought together in conversation about a biblical text. The conferences aim to cut through the megaphone diplomacy or the sheer incomprehension that so often marks attempts to communicate across our disciplines. We invite you then to join us and some of the best theological and biblical minds in careful and often lively interaction about one of the most theologically generative of biblical books: the book of Genesis.

We are now calling for papers that integrate close readings of Genesis with Christian theology. While we are particularly interested in explorations of the dynamic relationship between Genesis and Christian doctrine, we also welcome proposals that combine careful reading of the text of Genesis with theological attention to art, creativity, ecology, ethics, the history of interpretation, or Jewish and Christian dialogue.

The call for paper proposals closes on 15 March 2009. Please visit our website for further details or to submit a proposal:


At 12/12/2008 6:14 AM, Anonymous doxologist said...

It would be interesting to see how much creation care papers will be presented, considering the resignation of Richard Cizik today. How will environmental policies weigh on the evangelical radar screen?

At 12/15/2008 10:06 PM, Anonymous Chris Tilling said...

I guess there will be one or two. Would hope so.


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