2010 Fall Symposium - Righteousness by Faith

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ATS at ETS - Thursday, November 18, 2010

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Clinton Wahlen (Biblical Research Institute): Justification in the Gospels

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Angel Rodriguez (Biblical Research Institute): Legal Universal Justification: Brief Description and Evaluation

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Richard Choi (Andrews University): Paul’s Concept of Justification by Faith in a Nutshell

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Sigve Tonstad (Loma Linda University): Pistis Iesou: Subjective or Objective Genitive?

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Gerhard Pfandl (Biblical Research Institute): Desmond Ford and the Righteousness by Faith Controversy

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Ante Jeroncic (Andrews University): Righteous Beauty: Jonathan Edwards and Justification by Faith

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Erwin R. Gane (Angwin, CA): Forensic and Transformational Aspects of Justification

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Richard Sabuin (Adventist International Institute of Advanced Studies): Victory Over Sins, Faith, and the Second Coming of Christ in Revelation

Scholarly Dialogue - Sabbath, Nov. 20, 2010

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Open Discussion on “Righteousness by Faith.” Moderator: Roy Gane (Andrews University)