Beyond Old and New Perspectives on Paul at Duke
Okay one and all, the Duke Uni Campbell conference is now up. I will be presenting a couple of papers, and respondents include Stephen Chapman, Susan Eastman, Stanley Hauerwas, Willie Jennings, Warren Smith, and David Steinmetz. Very exciting! Tremendously glad that Jim West is also coming, so if we are not in the library, I plan to urge that we spend as much time as possible in the local – and awesome - Bojangles' Chicken restaurant!
Friday Evening, November 9, 2012
Introduction and welcome
Summary and discussion of “Campbell’s Pauline Critique of the Western Ordo Salutis,”
Alan J. Torrance (St. Andrews)
Summary and discussion of “The Current Crisis: The Capture of Paul’s Gospel by Arianism,” Douglas Campbell (Duke); “Campbell’s Apocalyptic Gospel and Pauline Athanasianism,”
Chris Tilling (St. Mellitus College, London)
Saturday, November 10, 2012
Summary and discussion of “Connecting the Dots: One Problem, One Text, and the Way Ahead,” Douglas Campbell
Summary and discussion of “Rereading Romans 1-3: A Socratic Alternative,” Douglas Campbell
11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Summary and discussion of “Campbell’s Faith: Advancing thePistis Christou Debate,” Chris Tilling
Lunch (boxed lunch available on request during registration)
Summary and discussion of “Rereading Paul’s Dikaio - Language,” Douglas Campbell.
General plenary with special emphasis on the politics of interpretation