2010 Schedule for Annual Scholarly Dialogue


 

Date
Sabbath, November 20, 2010, 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Invitees
Scholars, teachers, graduate students, editors, and administrators are invited to enjoy rich intellectual stimulation, spiritual fellowship, and two meals sponsored by ATS.

Location
The scholarly dialogue will be at the same location as the ATS/ASRS dinner, in the Oceanic AB room of the Hilton Garden Inn in downtown Atlanta: 275 Baker Street, Atlanta, Georgia 30313 (phone: 404-577-2001).

Directions
Directions from the North:
Take I-75/85 South to exit 249C-Williams Street. Turn right at Baker Street. The Hilton Garden Inn is on the right.
Directions from the West:
Take I-20 East to I-75/85 North. Take exit 248C to Andrew Young International Blvd. Veer left on Andrew Young International Blvd. to Marietta Street and turn right. Turn right on Baker Street. Hotel is on left.
Parking at the Hilton Garden Inn:
Self Parking — $18.00/day
Valet Parking—$24.00/day

Presentations are in 40 minute slots - 20 min. presentation + 20 min. discussion, followed by 10 min. breaks.
Sabbath, November 21, 2009

9:00-9:40 am

Ed Zinke (Silver Spring, Maryland) “Righteousness by Faith and Doctrine”

9:50-10:30

Wilson Paroschi (Brazilian Adventist Theological Seminary) “The Justification of Man and God: Another Look at Romans 3:21-26”

10:40-11:20

Stephen Bauer (Southern Adventist University) “Anne Hutchinson and Adventist Views of Justification”

11:30 -
12:00 noon

GROUP PRAISE AND PRAYER

12:00 noon -
1:00pm

LUNCH

1:00-2:00

FREE TIME (walking recommended!)

2:00-2:40

Rodrigo P. Silva (Brazil Adventist University) “Human perfection? An exegetical and linguistic analysis of Mathew 5:48”

2:50-3:30

Eliezer Gonzalez (Avondale College, Australia) “The Concept of Righteousness in the Epistles of Paul and in Contemporary Jewish Apocalypses”

3:40-4:20

Grenville Kent (Wesley Institute/Australian Union) Documentary film on the design argument for God’s existence: “The Artificial Albatross”

4:30-5:10

Scott Charlesworth (Pacific Adventist University, Papua New Guinea) “Applying the Atonement in the Present: Flawed Obedience and the Close of Probation”

5:20-6:00

Open Discussion on “Righteousness by Faith.”

Moderator: Roy Gane (Andrews University)

6:00-7:00

SUPPER

7:00-8:00

Adventist Theological Society Business Meeting