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2013 Fall Symposium

Baltimore, Maryland, USA
November 19-23, 2013

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Literary Structure in the Book of Exodus: A Case Study in the Aesthetic Nature and Theological Function of Scripture.

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ATS 2013 Fall Syposium - Richard Davidson

Literary Structure in the Book of Exodus: A Case Study in the Aesthetic Nature and Theological Function of Scripture.

ATS 2013 Fall Syposium - Kessia Reyne Bennett

Tradition 0.5: A Case for "No Creed but the Bible"

ATS 2013 Fall Syposium - Friday's Panel Discussison

The Hebrew Bible as Christian Scripture Panel Members G.K. Beale, Darrell Bock, John Peckham, Richard Davidson, Tom Shepherd (moderator), Reimer Vetne

ATS 2013 Fall Syposium - Adriani Rodriguez

The Rule of Faith and Scripture: a brief analysis of the rule of faith in contemporary Theological Interpretation of Scripture.

ATS 2013 Fall Syposium - David Sciarabba

A Holistic Ethical Approach to the Function of Scripture as Shaper of Human Character of God's People.

ATS 2013 Fall Syposium - JoAnn Davidson

The Word Speaks for Itself: Issues of Revelation and Inspiration

ATS 2013 Fall Syposium - Kenneth Bergland

Prophets interpreting the Law: Guides for those "who keep the commandments of God" (Rev 14:12)

ATS 2013 Fall Syposium - Reimer Vetne

A Case for Historicism in Revelation 2-3: Why the seven churches are historical periods

ATS 2013 Fall Syposium - Enrique Baez

The Intertextual Nature of Scripture: Allusions to Genesis 11:1-9 in Daniel 11

ATS 2013 Fall Symposium - Jiri Moskala

Embracing and Waiting Patiently for the Word: Standing on the Promises of God

ATS 2013 Fall Syposium - Denis Kaiser

The Diverse Operations of the Holy Spirit: Ellen White's Progressing Description of Divine Inspiration

ATS 2013 Fall Symposium - Tiago Arrais

Cosmology, Ontology, and the Travail of Biblical Interpretation: a Study on the Macro-Hermeneutical Assumptions that Shape the Nature and Function of Scripture

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Literary Structure in the Book of Exodus: A Case Study in the Aesthetic Nature and Theological Function of Scripture

Tradition 0.5 : A Case for "No Creed but the Bible"

Kessia Reyne Bennett

The Hebrew Bible as Christian Scripture: Panel Discussion

The Rule of Faith and Scripture: a brief analysis of the rule of faith in contemporary Theological Interpretation of Scripture

Adriani Milli RodriguesPh.D. student, Andrews University

The Function of Scripture for the Waldensians of the 12th and 13th centuries

Gonzalo L. PitaPh.D., Baltimore Spanish SDA Church

A Holistic Ethical Approach to the Function of Scripture as Shaper of Human Character of God's People

Davide Sciarabba

The Word Speaks for Itself: Issues of Revelation and Inspiration

Jo Ann DavidsonProfessor of Theology, Andrews University

The Scholar and the Word of God: Reflections on 2 Peter 1:16-21

Thomas R. ShepherdPresident, ATS, Professor of New Testament Interpretation, Andrews University

Prophets interpreting the Law: Guides for those "who keep the commandments of God" (Rev 14:12)

Kenneth Bergland

A Case for Historicism in Revelation 2-3: Why the seven churches are historical periods

Reimar Vetne

Embracing and Waiting Patiently for the Word: Standing on the Promises of God

Jirí MoskalaAndrews University

The Diverse Operations of the Holy Spirit: Ellen White's Progressing Description of Divine Inspiration

Denis KaiserAdventist Studies Doctoral Candidate, Andrews University

The Intertextual Nature of Scripture: Allusions to Genesis 11:1-9 in Daniel 11

Enrique BáezPh.D., Dominican Adventist University

Cosmology, Ontology, and the Travail of Biblical Interpretation: a Study on the Macro-Hermeneutical Assumptions that Shape the Nature and Function of Scripture

Tiago Arrais

Panel Discussion

Moderator: Felix H. CortezPresident-Elect, Adventist Theological Society, Professor of New Testament, Montemorelos University