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Redeemed Humanity as the Presence of the Eschatological Future: Does Complementarianism Display or Distort the Age to Come?

Redeemed Humanity as the Presence of the Eschatological Future: Does Complementarianism Display or Distort the Age to Come?
Part 42 of a 340 part series.
Topic: Canon
Organization: ETS National
Price: $4.00
From the 2008 National Meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society, the 60th Annual Meeting, held in Providence, Rhode Island. The theme was Text and Canon. Plenary Speakers: Peter J. Gentry (Southern Baptist Theological Seminary), Daniel B. Wallace (Dallas Theological Seminary), Charles E. Hill (Reformed Theological Seminary), and Stephen Dempster (Atlantic Baptist Theological Seminary).
Everett Berry served as a presenter at the Evangelical Theological Society Meeting, 'Christ in All Scripture' (San Diego, 11/20-22/2019), addressing the Section, Systematic Theology: Theological Method - and is affiliated with Criswell College.

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