T.F. Torrance Theological Fellowship Meeting 2013
Friday, November 22th. 2013, 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm. Baltimore Convention Center, Room 344
In conjunction with the AAR/SBL meetings in Baltimore, Maryland.
See AAR program listing under Additional Meetings:
Our guest speaker will be Dr. Thomas Noble, Professor of Theology Nazarene Theological Seminary. He will deliver a lecture followed by a question and answer period.
“T.F. Torrance on the Centenary of His Birth: A Personal Reminiscence and Assessment”
Bearing in mind the centenary, the lecture will place Torrance in the context of the Scottish evangelicalism in which he and his family had their roots, and will draw on personal reminiscences as his student at New College, Edinburgh towards the end of his teaching career. It will also include an overview with some assessment of different aspects of his thought as a ‘scientific’, Christocentric, Trinitarian theologian and the significance of his thinking particularly for evangelical Christianity today.
Please join us if you can for this special occasion.
Myk Habetís new book from Ashgate on TF Torrance and theosis is going to be made available at 50% discount for all TFTTF members throughout the rest of the year, and especially at SBL/AAR.
Hereís the bibliographical info needed to find it:
Theosis in the Theology of Thomas Torrance. Ashgate New Critical Thinking in Religion, Theology and Biblical Studies. Farnham: Ashgate, 2009. x + 212 pp. [ISBN: 978-0-7546-6799-5; EISBN: 978-0-7546-9407-6]
If not attending AAR/SBL you can also go to www.ashgate.com/torrance and use discount code (torrance50) for a limited time 50% discount on his book. You will also find discounted Paul Molnar's Thomas F. Torrance, Theologian of the Trinity.
Please visit our new TF Torrance Theological Fellowship Blog moderated by Mike Gibson.
Theology in Scotland journal special issue on
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A distinctively Christian research organization devoted to the exploration, development, and dissemination of the theology of Thomas F. Torrance and other theologians contributing to this endeavor. Continued...