A Pneumatic Hermeneutic: The Role Of The Holy Spirit In Biblical Scholarship

The purpose of this research group is to provide a diverse professional forum to examine the role of the Holy Spirit in hermeneutics and biblical scholarship. These meetings will examine various approaches throughout the history of biblical scholarship and the reception of Scripture pertaining to the work of the Holy Spirit in interpretation. To foster the continual scholarly discussion of this topic this seminar welcomes the development of not only previous analyses and practices but also new concepts and procedures. For information contact Ron Herms (Ron.Herms@fresno.edu), Archie Wright (awright@regent.edu) and Kevin Spawn (kspawn@regent.edu)


 

11/17/2017
3:30 PM to 5:30 PM
Room: Wellesley (Third Level) - Boston Marriott Copley Place (MCP)

Archie Wright, Regent University, Presiding

Sara Wells, Fuller Theological Seminary (Pasadena)
Pluriformity and the Text of Ezekiel: Pneumatic Implications (25 min)
Discussion (10 min)

Aida Besancon Spencer, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
The Role of the Holy Spirit in Acts in Comparison to 1 Corinthians 14 (25 min)
Discussion (10 min)

Craig Bartholomew, KLICE, Tyndale House, Cambridge
Creation and a Pneumatic Hermeneutic (25 min)
Discussion (10 min)

Open Discussion
Discussion (10 min)
Business Meeting (5 min)