A Biblical Theology Perspective on Salvation
Chair: Dr. Desi Alexander
The Biblical Theology Study Group will focus on the topic: ‘A Biblical Theology Perspective on Salvation’. The group will be meeting at Tyndale House in Cambridge.
Soteriology is an exceptionally important aspect of Christian theology and figures prominently in the field of Systematic Theology. There has been much less discussion of soteriology from the perspective of Biblical Theology. In light of this, the 2019 Biblical Theology study group provides an opportunity to explore this important topic from a variety of different perspectives.
Dr Anthony Petterson, Salvation and the New Covenant in the Book of the Twelve
Anthony Petterson, Salvation and the New Covenant in the Book of the Twelve
Andrew Malone, Contributions of Hebrews to a Biblical Theology of Salvation
Richard Saunders-Hindley, 'It is a present thing': Biblical Resources for a Wesleyan Theology of Salvation
David Worsley, Cursed is the one who hangs on a tree alive': Galatians 3:10-14 and the Commentary on Nahum
Matthew Halsted, Scripture and Soteriology: Exploring Paul's use of the Old Testament and the Salvation of the Gentiles in Romans 9-11
Colin Hamer, New Exodus Soteriology
Desi Alexander,The Exodus as a Paradigm of Salvation
David Peterson, 'In that day': Christian Appropriation of Isaiah 12?
Caroline Batchelder, Yahweh Knows the (Saving) Way: Taking Yahweh's way through Tora in the Psalter, beginning with Psalm 1
Tim Escott, Faithfulness and Restoration: Reading Ezra - Nehemiah Soteriologically
Abraham Polanco, Salvation, Eternal Life, and Johannine language in Polycarp