Scripture and Theology: Perspectives from the Majority World (I)

Theological educators from the Majority World will present their current research being conducted as part of the Langham Partnership International Postdoctoral Research Seminar Project. This research group showcases theologians working with key issues in Scripture and Theology within their contexts. For further information, please contact Ian J. Shaw (ian.shaw@langham.org).

Michael Graves, Wheaton College (Illinois), Presiding

Ian Shaw, Langham Partnership, Introduction (5 min)

Chee-Chiew Lee, Singapore Bible College
A Theology of Facing Persecution in the Gospel of John (17 min)

Leonard Wee, Trinity Theological College-Singapore
The Abrahamic Narratives and their Interpretive Background in Hebrews 11:8-19 (17 min)

Cephas Tushima, Jos ECWA Theological Seminary (JETS)
Primeval Desire (Genesis 3) and its Paradigmatic Role for Reading Biblical Hebrew Narrative Texts of Perilous Passion (17 min)

Discussion (25 min)

Break (10 min)

David Roldan, Instituto Teologico FIET, Buenos Aires, Argentina
"Revelation as History" in Pannenberg and Liberation Theology: Remarks on Avery Dulles' Proposal (17 min)

Heber Campos, Andrew Jumper Centre, Mackenzie University
The Problem of Doctrinal Development and Its Application to Post-Reformation Reformed Theology (17 min)

Discussion (20 min)

Michael Graves, Wheaton College (Illinois), Presiding (5 min)