Mp3 CD - Postmodernism and the Emergent Church 2007 Evangelical Theological Society Eastern Regional Meeting

Mp3 CD - Postmodernism and the Emergent Church 2007 Evangelical Theological Society Eastern Regional Meeting
Organization: ETSe 2007
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Mp3 CD - 2007 Evangelical Theological Society Eastern Regional Meeting - All Recorded sessions (over 27) (mp3 audio format) of the 2007 Eastern Regional ETS meeting. Theme: "Postmodernism, the emerging church and evangelicalism." Date: Friday, March 23, 2007 at Biblical Theological Seminary, Hatfield, PA; Keynote Speaker: Dr. Alan Roxburgh. President of Missional Leadership Institute with respondents Dr. Stephen Nichols (Lancaster Bible College) and Respondent Dr. Kent Berghuis (Lansdale Baptist Church). Other presentations include: "Discussing a Grammar of Meaning in the Postmodern Context: With Comments on Exegesis and Theology" by Joshua Arp; "Wrestling with Wretched Whys: A Critique of Trinitarian Warfare Theodicy with a Little Help from Johannes de silentio" by Doug Smith; "The New Perspective on James: James's Use of 'Justification' in Light of the New Perspective on Paul" by Gregg Strawbridge; "After Modernist Epistemology: Retaining and Recasting Inerrancy in a Postmodern Context" by George Coon; "The Messenger of the Lord: A Diachronic Analysis" by John Oliff; "Brian McLaren: Gone Native or Crazy Like a Fox?" by Jason Poling; "Biblical Evidence for a Correspondence Theory of Truth" by David Huttar; "Evangelical Foundationalism as Necessary to Teaching Evangelical Theism" by James R. Mook
"Preaching and the Emerging Church" by John S. Bohannon; "Allan Alexander MacRae, Ph.D. (1902-1997) and the Princeton Tradition (1812-1929): Where Crossed the Crowded Crossroads of Bible Institute and Theological Seminary" by Earl Brown; "Revelations of the Divine Plan of the Ages: It's Time to Wake Up" by Basil Hewett; "The Contribution of Mark 8:34-38 to a proper understanding and undertaking of Discipleship" by William Arp; "What is an Emerging Church" or "Toward a Non-foundational Ethic" by Austin T. Kreutz; and several more presentations.