Paul's Letter to the Galatians & Christian Theology
10-13 July 2012
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The fourth St Andrews conference on Scripture and¿ Christian Theology took place in July 2012. Since the first conference on the Gospel of John in¿ 2003, the St Andrews conferences have been recognized as amongst the most¿ important occasions when biblical scholars and systematic theologians are¿ brought together in conversation about a biblical text. With the book of Galatians as our key text, biblical scholars and theologians of the Christian tradition will gather to work out how exegesis and theology meet, critique and inform each other.
Richard Hays, George Washington Ivey Professor of New Testament at Duke Divinity School, Durham, North Carolina
N.T.Wright, Professor of New Testament and Christian Origins, University of St Andrews (St Mary’s College)
Oliver O’Donovan, Professor of Christian Ethics and Practical Theology at the University of Edinburgh (New College)
- Jean-Noël Aletti - Pontifical Biblical Institute, Rome
- John Barclay - University of Durham
- Ivor Davidson - University of St Andrews
- Beverly Gaventa - Princeton University
- Bruce McCormack - Princeton University
- Volker Rabens - University of Bochum
- Thomas Söding - University of Bochum
- Timothy Wengert - Lutheran Theological Seminary, Philadelphia
- Simeon Zahl - St John's College, Oxford
Mark W. Elliott, Senior Lecturer in Church History at St Mary's College, author of Isaiah 40-66 in the Ancient Christian Commentary series (IVP, 2007); The Reality of Biblical Theology (Peter Lang, 2007).
N.T.Wright, Professor of New Testament and Christian Origins, University of St Andrews (St Mary’s College), author of Paul: In Fresh Perspective (Fortress, 2009); Scripture and the Authority of God: How to Read the Bible Today (HarperOne, 2011).
Conference Administrator, Elizabeth Tracy (PhD candidate in Theology at St Mary's College).