Atonement Program- Loma Linda 2013

Atonement Symposium
April 18-20, 2013
 
At the Campus Hill Church
Loma Linda University
 
Sponsored by the
Adventist Theological Society

Thursday Evening – April 18
Meeting in Loma Linda Campus Hill Church
 
The Atonement – Foundational Concepts
 
7:00     Welcome and Orientation to the Program
            Felix Cortez, President-Elect, Adventist Theological Society, Professor of New
            Testament, Montemorelos University
 
7:30     The Death of Christ and Theodicy: Main Theories of Atonement and their
            Impact on the Understanding of the Character of God
            Jiri Moskala, Professor of Old Testament, Andrews University
 
Friday Morning – April 19
Meeting in Loma Linda Campus Hill Church
 
Historical and Theological Studies on Atonement
 
8:30     Morning Devotional
            Clinton Wahlen, Associate Director, Biblical Research Institute
            General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists
           
9:00     Methodological Questions and the Moral Influence Theory of Atonement
            Ed Zinke, Adventist Review
 
10:00   Break
 
10:15   Peter Abelard’s Theory of Atonement: A Multifaceted Approach
            and Reevaluation
            Denis Kaiser, Adventist Studies Doctoral Candidate, Andrews University
 
11:15   The Doctrine of Atonement in Communal Contexts
            Kelvin Onongha, Missions Doctoral Student, Andrews University
     
12:30   Lunch in the Cafeteria
 
 
 
Friday Afternoon
Meeting in Loma Linda Campus Hill Church
 
Theological and Biblical Studies on Atonement
 
2:00     The Emergence Narrative of the Atonement: Which is the Fairest of Them
            All?
            John Jovan Markovic, Professor of History, Andrews University
 
2:45     The Sword of a Pioneer and the Atonement: A Study of Joseph Bates’
            Personal Bible Circa 1857-1860
            Greg Howell, Pastor, Washington Conference of Seventh-day Adventists
 
3:30     Break
 
3:45     Jesus’ Prayer in Matthew 26:36-56 and the Atonement: A Narrative Study
            Adelina Alexe, Systematic Theology Doctoral Student, Andrews University
 
4:30     The Atonement in John’s Apocalypse
            Larry Lichtenwalter, Dean, School of Theology, Middle Eastern College
 
5:15     Break and Supper in the Cafeteria
 
Friday Evening
Meeting in Loma Linda Campus Hill Church
 
Vespers
7:00     Assurance in the Anti-typical Day of Atonement
            Richard Davidson, J. N. Andrews Professor of Old Testament
            Interpretation, Andrews University

Sabbath Morning – April 20
Meeting in Loma Linda Campus Hill Church
 
9:30     Abraham, Isaac and Akedah: The Atonement according to Moses
            Jo Ann Davidson, Professor of Theology, Andrews University
 
 
11:00   Worship Service – Christ Suffered for You
            Tom Shepherd, President, ATS, Professor of New Testament Interpretation,
            Andrews University
 
12:30   Lunch
 
Sabbath Afternoon
Meeting in Loma Linda Campus Hill Church
 
Biblical Studies on Atonement
 
3:00     The Atonement and the Restrainer
            Ross Winkle, Associate Professor of Religion, Pacific Union College
 
3:45     Legal Substitution and Experiential Transformation in the Typology of Leviticus
            Roy Gane, Professor of Hebrew Bible and Ancient Near Eastern Languages,
            Andrews University
 
4:30     Break
 
4:40     “Without Shedding of Blood There Is no Remission”: Atonement, Substitution
             and the Logic of Forgiveness in Hebrews
             Felix Cortez, President-Elect, Adventist Theological Society, Professor
             of New Testament, Montemorelos University
 
5:30     Panel Discussion on Atonement
            Jiri Moskala, Felix Cortez, Jo Ann Davidson, Richard Davidson, Roy Gane,
            Ross Winkle, John Jovan Markovic, Tom Shepherd, Moderator
 
6:30     Supper