Panel Discussion on Christianity and the Postmodern Turn Merold Westphal Kevin Vanhoozer James Beilby Doug Geivett
This item is an mp3 audio recording from the conference set: Christianity in the Early Centuries Complete recordings from the 57th Annual Meeting of The Evangelical Theological Society in Philadelphia, PA, featuring plenary speakers: Christopher Hall – What Evangelicals and Liberals Can Learn from the Church Fathers; Nicholas Perrin – Thomas, the Fifth Gospel? D. Jeffrey Bingham – Development and Diversity in Early Christianity; Craig Blaising - Presidential Address – Faithfulness: A Prescription for Theology; Paul Trebilco – Gnostics in Asia Minor in the Early Second Century CE, Ignatius, and Others, as Witnesses against Bauer. This conference was held in November of 2005.
Vanhoozer received his Ph.D. from Cambridge University where he studied under Nicholas Lash. His inter-disciplinary dissertation was titled Biblical Narrative in the Philosophy of Paul Ricoeur: A Study in Hermeneutics and Theology. He taught at TEDS From 1986 to 1990, then was senior lecturer at New College, University of Edinburgh, Scotland until 1998, when he returned to TEDS.