Biblical Theology

The Biblical Theology group will continue a multi–year project begun in 2017, focusing on examples of biblical theological method and classification. Using the taxonomy of types of Biblical Theology offered in Understanding Biblical Theology (Zondervan, 2012), papers will outline, explore, and offer a worked example of their particular type of Biblical Theology. These papers may plot their methodological perspectives within one of the types of Biblical Theology offered in the taxonomy or they may reflect critically upon the taxonomy carving out new space upon the continuum for their particular view/approach to Biblical Theology. The goal of these sessions is to produce papers which reflect upon and refine the particular types of Biblical Theology in addition to providing clearly worked examples of each approach. Contact Darian Lockett (darian.lockett@biola.edu) or Stephen Presley (spresley@swbts.edu).

Darian Lockett, Biola University, Presiding

Stephen O. Presley, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
Context: Methodology and Taxonomy (15 min)

Brian S. Rosner, Ridley College
The Priority of Being Known by God in Galatians 4:8-9 and the History of Redemption (25 min)

Stephen E. Fowl, Loyola University Maryland
The Community of the Curious: Curiosity as Disposition Leading to Idolatry (25 min)

R. W. L. Moberly, University of Durham
On Engaging with the Subject Matter of the Text: A Reading of Mark 13:32-37 (25 min)

Break (5 min)

Panel and General Discussion

Discussion (25 min)