ROMANS THROUGH HISTORY AND CULTURE

SBL PROGRAM:  SAN DIEGO NOVEMBER 2007

 

Session # 1 Romans through History and Cultures

1:00 PM to 3:30 PM

11/17/2007

 

Theme:  Schleiermacher, Schweitzer, Barth

Khiok-Khng Yeo, Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, Presiding 

 

Kurt Richardson, McMaster University

Schleiermacher and Romans

 

Dr. Carsten Claussen, University of Munich

Albert Schweitzer's understanding of righteousness by faith according to Paul's letter to the Romans

 

Ekkehard Stegemann, Theologische Fakultät der Universität Basel

Romans 9-11 in Karl Barth's Doctrine of Election

 

Angela Standhartinger, University of Marburg, Respondent 

 

Terence Donaldson, Wycliffe College, Respondent  

 

Cristina Grenholm, Karlstad University, Respondent  

 

Session # 2:   Romans through History and Cultures

Joint session with The Bible in Eastern and Oriental Orthodox Traditions 

 

1:00 PM to 3:30 PM

11/19/2007

 

Theme:  Greek Fathers' Readings of Romans

Vahan Hovahnessian, Presiding (5 min)

 

Vasile Mihoc, Theological School Sibiu

St. Paul and the Jews in John Chrystostom's Commentary on Romans 9-11

 

Bruce Lowe, Macquarie University-Sydney

What Does Proecho Really Echo in Romans 3.9? (Re-evaluating Arethas & Photius' 9th-10th Century Greek Interpretations)

 

Stelian Tofana, Babes Bolayi University

The Interdependency between Destiny and of Humankind and Creation According to Rom. 8:18-23: An Orthodox-Patristic Perspective

 

Daniel Patte, Vanderbilt University, Respondent  

 

Tom O'Loughlin, University of Wales Lampeter, Respondent  

 

Khiok-Khng Yeo, Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, Respondent 

 

Session # 3:   Romans through History and Cultures

9:00 AM to 11:30 AM

11/20/2007

 

Theme:  Focal Points in Readings of Romans: Eschatology, Apocalyptic, Messianism

Cristina Grenholm, Karlstad University, Presiding 

 

Alf Christophersen, Ludwig-Maximilians Universitaet

Erik Peterson's concept of eschatology

 

William S. Campbell, University of Wales Lampeter

Kaesemann on Romans: The End of an Era or the Way to the Future ?

 

Douglas Harink, The King's University College, Edmonton, Canada

The Time of the Gospel and the History of the World:

‘Messianic Time’ and Readings of Romans by Giorgio Agamben, Karl Barth, and N. T. Wright. 

 

Hans-Ulrich Weidemann, University of Tubingen, Respondent

 

Ian Rock, Codrington College, Respondent

 

Kathy Ehrensperger, University of Wales Lampeter, Respondent