Update – Wesley Studies Symposium – Tyndale Seminary

Posted by David McEwan | Uncategorized | Thursday 21 July 2011 8:33 am

Friends and Colleagues:\r\n\r\nHere is an update on the Tyndale Wesley Studies Symposium. I am sending this to all those who registered for the Symposium last month (March 15), and others who have expressed interest from time to time.\r\n\r\nFirst: The 2012 Wesley Studies Symposium has been scheduled for Tyndale Seminary on March 13. More information will follow. If you would like to present a paper, or have suggestions, please let me know.\r\n\r\nSecond: Four of the papers from last month’s Symposium have been posted on the Wesley Studies Page of the Tyndale Seminary website.\r\n\r\n(http://www.tyndale.ca/seminary/wesley-studies/conferences).\r\n\r\nThese are the ones posted so far:\r\n\r\nProf. David Rainey, “The Future of Wesleyan Theology with a Missional Agenda”\r\n\r\nRob Clements, “The Quest for the Historical Wesley: An Analysis of the Earliest Biographies (1791-1825)” (Paper in pdf format, and the “map” analyzing Wesley biographies in jpg format)\r\n\r\nDr. Marlon De Blasio, “Conversion, Justification, and the Experience of Grace in the Post-Aldersgate Wesley”\r\n\r\nMichael Tapper, “Assessing Social Sin: A Critical Task in Contemporary Methodism”\r\n\r\nThird, the first two volumes of the Tyndale Studies in Wesleyan History and Theology are now available for purchase online and in the Tyndale bookstore: Mercy Immense and Free: Essays on Wesley and Wesleyan Theology, by Victor Shepherd, and Yes in Christ: Wesleyan Reflections on Gospel, Mission, and Culture, by Howard Snyder.\r\n\r\nThank you for your interest in Wesleyan theology and mission. I look forward to seeing many of you at next year’s symposium.\r\n\r\nHoward A. Snyder, Professor of Wesley Studies, Tyndale Seminary, Toronto, Ontario [Professor, History & Theology of Mission, School of World Mission & Evangelism, Asbury Seminary, 1996-2006]\r\n\r\nClick Here for Howard’s Website: www.wineskins.net

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