Tag "Evangelical Theological Society"

Speaking at the Evangelical Theological Society in New Orleans, LA

Dr. Moore will be presenting three papers at the annual meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society (ETS) in New Orleans, LA, on Nov. 18-20, 2009. The first paper is “Creation Re-Framed: A Review and Critique of John Frame’s ‘The Doctrine of the Christian Life’” on Thursday, Nov. 19, at 9:20 a.m. The second is “The Kingdom of God in the Social Ethics of Carl F. H. Henry: A Twenty-First Century

Special New Orleans Event: Beignets and Theology with Russell Moore

In a few weeks, I’ll be down in my old stomping grounds of New Orleans for the meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society. I just decided (as in, about five minutes ago) to do a special mini-lecture for the first twenty people who sign up to come. Here’s what we’ll do. We’ll take a quick walking tour around Jackson Square. I’ll point out some important places (where William Faulkner lived

Southern Seminary at the Evangelical Theological Society

The 61st annual meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society will take place on November 18-20, 2009, in my old stomping grounds of New Orleans, Louisiana. Southern Seminary’s own Professor Bruce A. Ware serves as President of the Society this year. I am looking forward to introducing some of my Southern Seminary folk to the glories of crawfish, Barq’s root beer, and shrimp poboys. Do not worry, Albert Mohler, I know this town infinitely

ETS President Converts to Catholicism

Francis Beckwith, associate professor of church-state studies at Baylor University and current president of the Evangelical Theological Society, has been received into the Roman Catholic Church, according to reports today.

The Evangelical Theological Society was founded as an academic professional organization for conservative Protestant scholars. The ETS doctrinal statement is, in its entirety: “The Bible alone, and the Bible in its entirety, is the Word of God written and is therefore inerrant in the autographs. God is a Trinity, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, each an uncreated person, one in essence, equal in power and glory.”