ETS 2007 National Meeting - Teaching Them to Obey

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Selected talks from the 2007 National Meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society, the 59th Annual Meeting, held in San Diego. The theme was “Teaching Them to Obey,” which focuses on one of the many dimensions of the Great Commission of our Lord Jesus. Plenary speakers: Douglas J. Moo (Wheaton College), Christopher J.H. Wright (Langham Partnership International), Philip Jenkins (Penn State University), and David Wells (Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary).

David Wells David F. Wells (born 1939) is a Christian theologian and an ordained Congregational minister. He is also the Andrew Mutch Distinguished Professor of historical and systematic theology at Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary, South Hamilton, Massachusetts. Wells has a ThM from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (1967), a PhD from the University of Manchester (1969), and post-doctoral Research Fellow... read more
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01 Teaching Them to Obey Douglas Moo
02 OT Ethics in Covenantal and Missional Perspective Christopher J.H. Wright
03 Now that Faith Has Come Philip Jenkins
04 Christian Discipleship in a Postmodern World David Wells
Caspar Olivianus and the Old Perspective on Romans R. Scott Clark
Defending Life - Panel Discussion Francis J. Beckwith
Did Jesus Describe His Death as a Covenant Nicholas Perrin
Evangelicals and Catholics in Dialogue Panel Discussion Timothy George
How Evangelical Became Overcomitted to the Bible J.P. Moreland
Is Uncertainty a Sound Foundation for Religious Tolerance William Lane Craig
Justification and Diminishing the Work of Christ John Piper
Looking through a Literary Lens at Psalm 23 Leland Ryken
Mere Christianity is Not Casual Christianity Spiritual Life of CS Lewis Daryl McCarthy
Sound Preaching and Conscionable Hearing: Purit...Spiritual Formation Derek Thomas
The Chronicler: What Kind of Historian Was He Anyway? Eugene Merrill
The Elijah Typology of Mark and the Gospels Longer Ending Warren Gage
Why It is Never Right to Lie Wayne Grudem