Afternoon Session: Short Papers session 1
A. The Apostle and his Rhetoric – Seminar Room #1
- Steven Muir (Concordia, Alberta), '"Paul with a Spray Can and Megaphone – Galatians 3:1 in view of Roman Slogans, Graffiti and Public Announcers.'
- Chris Miller (Cedarville), 'Paul's "New" Gospel in Galatians 1:11-12.'
- Orrey McFarland (Durham), '"The One Who Calls in Grace": Paul's Rhetorical and Theological Identification with the Galatians.'
B. Ethics and Galatians – Seminar Room #2
- Mariam J. Kamell (Regent, Vancouver), 'Life in the Spirit and Life in Wisdom: Galatians and James Read in Dialogue.'
- Stephen Chester (North Park, Chicago), 'Faith Working Through Love (Gal 5:6): The Role of Human Deeds in Salvation in Reformation Exegesis.'
- David S. Harvey (Manchester), 'Rejected Honour, Following Paul, Modeling Jesus. The Ethics of Galatians in a First-Century Social Context.'
C. 'Apocalyptic' and 'Eschatology' – Seminar Room #3
- Michael B. Cover (Notre Dame), 'Now and Above; Then and Now' (Gal 4:21–31): Platonizing and Apocalyptic Polarities in Paul's Eschatology.'
- Darren O. Sumner (Aberdeen), 'The Fullness of Time:' Time, Eternity, and Divine Intent in the Epistle to the Galatians.'
- Todd Still (Baylor), 'What Time is it? Chronology and Eschatology in Galatians.'
D. History of Interpretation – Seminar Room #4
- Matthew Chalmers (Oxford), 'Clement of Alexandria and Galatians: φησ¿ in Paedagogus I.6 and What We Can Learn About the Early Reception of the Text.'
- David Cann (King's, London), 'Galatians 4.6 and 4.19 as Supporting Text for the Divinity of the Holy Spirit in the Epistulae ad Serapion of Athanasius of Alexandria.'
- Margaret (Magi) Madsen-Hernandez (Claremont Graduate University), 'Reading Galatians in Coptic Iconography.'
E. Christology in Galatians – Seminar Room #5
- Joel Willitts (North Park, Chicago), 'Messiahship in Galatians: The Matrix of Paul's Theology.'
- Matthias Grebe (Cambridge), 'Galatians 3:13 and the "Cursed Messiah".'
- Daniel Cardo (Maryvale, Birmingham), 'Galatians 3:1 as an Early Account of the Eucharist as the Sacrifice of the Cross.'
F. Jews and Gentiles in Galatians – Seminar Room #6
- Timothy G. Gombis (Grand Rapids Theological Seminary), 'Reading Scripture in Galatia: Galatians 3:10-14 as ad hoc Argument.'
- Sigve K. Tonstad (Loma Linda), 'Inscribing Abraham.'
G. Galatians and Ecclesial Cultural Formation – Meeting Room #1
- Rodrigo J. Morales (Marquette), 'Crucifying the Flesh Through Baptism for the Sake of Unity.'
- Joseph McGarry (Aberdeen), '"…Until Christ is Formed in You": Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Christian Formation, and the Social Form of Christ.'
- Charles Catterall (Franciscan University of Steubenville), 'Paul, Rock and the New Humanity: How Galatians 1:18-2:14 Points us Toward Global Unity'
H. The Spirit and the Justified – Meeting Room #2
- Andrew Boakye (Manchester), 'If the Law Could Make Alive: Justification as Resurrection in Galatians.'
- John Anthony Dunne (St Andrews), 'Pauline Paradigm, Galatian Imitation, and the Suffering Servant(s) of Isaiah: The Use of Isaiah 49-54 for Paul's Argumentative Strategy in Galatians.'
- Jonathan Jordan (Reformed Theological Seminary), 'Comfort and Longing: The Spirit as Eschatological Hope.'