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2011 Fall Symposium - San Francisco, CA

On November 18-19, 2011, ATS hosted a day of scholarly dialogue on the theme:

“No Other Name”

The event was intended to foster interaction and community among Adventist scholars, with the venue in San Francisco, California close to the Society of Biblical Literature meetings making it convenient for participants.  Any Seventh-day Adventist scholars, including graduate students, was invited to enjoy intellectual stimulation and spiritual fellowship.


The ‘Secret‘ Power behind Mission—the Name of Jesus

Marcelo E. C. Dias

Heaven, Earth, and Sea: Acts 4:12 in its Textual Context

Frank W. Hardy

No Other Power: The Reordering of Power and Its Implications forSoteriology in 1 Peter

‘No other name‘ — Why not?

Gerhard Pfandl

The Uniqueness of Christ's Resurrection and Its Relation to Human Salvation: An Adventist Perspective

Kyungho Song

Luke's Record of the Lystra Visit: No Other Name or Did Some OT Baggage Make the Journey?

Anthony Kent

A Mission of Righteousness, Intercession, and Inclusion in Amos 9:11-12

Kessia Reyne Bennett

Christ, Our Ancestor

Tunde Ojewole

Well Positioned

Emanuel Millen

Sermon – Are We Ready for the Revolution?

Leslie Pollard

I AM: How the Most Fundamental Name that Christ Ascribes to Himself Provides Security for the Believer

Stuart Cedrone

A Christological Rereading of the Exodus Tradition in John’s Prologue

Wilson Paroschi

Jesus Christ as the New Temple in John 4:4-26

Eliezer GonzalezMacquarie University, Sydney, Australia

The Sacrifice of Jesus, the Sabbath and Salvation in Col 2:16-17

Kim PapaioannouAdventist Intl. Institute of Advanced Studies, Philippines