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Provisional Program

Last updated June 1, 2011. Subject to change

Monday, August 1, 2011

09:00-16:00 Eastern European Liaison Committee Meeting Olin Building, Room 202
15:00-19:00 Latin American pre-Conference Olin Building, Room 101

Tuesday, August 2, 2011
Reem-Kayden Center
 

Tuesday, August 2, 2011

08:30 Registration for Committee Members Reem-Kayden Center
09:00-18:00 Registration Reem-Kayden Center
09:00-12:00 SNTS Committee Meeting Reem-Kayden Center, 200
09:00-11:00 Eastern European Liaison Committee Meeting Olin Building, Room 202
12:00-13:45 Lunch Kline Dining Tent
14:00-16:00 SNTS Committee Meeting Reem-Kayden Center, 200
17:30-18:30 Business Meeting Sosnoff Theater, Fisher Center
18:30-19:30 Reception Fisher Center Atrium
19:30-20:00 Group Photo
Outside Fisher Center
20:00-21:30 Dinner
Speigeltent

Wednesday, August 3, 2011
Richard B. Fisher Center for the Performing Arts
 

Wednesday, August 3, 2011

07:00 Breakfast Kline Dining Tent
07:45-08:30 Morning Prayer  The Chapel of the Holy Innocents
08:45-10:00 Presidential Address
Armand Puig i Tàrrech, "La gloire sur la montagne. L'épisode de la transfiguration de Jésus".
Olin Building, Auditorium
10:30-11:00 Coffee/Tea Reem-Kayden Center
11:15-12:45 Seminars I Olin Building, Rooms
13:00-14:00 Lunch Kline Dining Tent
14:15-15:45 Main Paper I
Margaret Mitchell,
"Peter's Hypocrisy, and Paul's: Two Hypocrites at the Foundation of Earliest Christianity?"
Olin Building, Auditorium
15:45-16:15 Coffee/Tea Reem-Kayden Center
16:00-17:30 Editorial Board Meeting Reem-Kayden Center, 200
16:00-18:00 International Initiatives Reem-Kayden Center, 201
16:30 Showing of Die Liebe der Danae Olin Building, Auditorium
17:30 Dinner Kline Dining Tent
18:30 Showing of Die Liebe der Danae continued
Olin Building, Auditorium
20:00 Presentation by the President
of Bard College
Olin Building, Auditorium
21:00 Wine and Cheese Reception Olin Building, Atrium

Thursday, August 4, 2011
Olin Humanities Building
 

Thursday, August 4, 2011

07:00   Breakfast Kline Dining Tent
07:45-08:30 Morning Prayer
La Prière du Matin
The Chapel of the Holy Innocents
09:00-10:30 Main Paper II
Christof Landmesser,
"Das Konzept des Heils im Ersten Thessalonicherbrief“.
Olin Building, Auditorium
10:30:-11:00 Coffee/Tea Reem-Kayden Center
11:15-12:45 Seminars II Olin Building, Rooms
13:00-14:00 Lunch Kline Dining Tent
14:15-15:45 Main Paper III
Jan Van der Watt,
“On Ethics in John's Gospel and Letters”
Olin Building, Auditorium
16:00:-16:15 Coffee/Tea Reem-Kayden Center
16:30-17:15 Simultaneously offered Papers I
1. Andries G. van Aarde,
“The Empty Tomb in the Jesus Tradition: A Trajectory of Five Links”.
Olin Building, Auditorium
2. Thomas L. Brodie,
“Q 9:57-62: Tip of a Septuagint-based Iceberg”.
Olin, Room 102
3. Norm H. Young,
“Syntax and Irony in the Fourth Gospel”.
Olin, Room 205
4. Linda Belleville,
“The Moses-Mesitēs Tradition in Galatians 3:19-20”.
Olin, Room 202
5. Jean-Claude Loba-Mkole,
“Paul and Africa?”.
Reem-Kayden Center,
Bito Auditorum
6. Moisés Mayordomo,
“Wirkungsgeschichtliche Exegese - Probleme und Perspektiven“.
Olin, Room 204
18:30 Departure to Bilthewood Reem-Kayden Center
19:00-21:30 Dinner Blithewood Tent

Friday, August 5, 2011
Bertelsmann Campus Center
 

Friday, August 5, 2011

07:00 Breakfast Kline Dining Tent
07:45-08:30 Morning Prayer The Chapel of the Holy Innocents
09:00-10:30 Main Paper IV
Luc Devillers
,
"Le prologue du quatrième évangile, clé de voûte de la littérature johannique"
Olin Building, Auditorium
10:30-11:00 Coffee/Tea Reem-Kayden Center
11:15-12:45 Seminars III Olin Building, Rooms
13:00-14:00 Lunch Kline Dining Tent
14:00-17:00 SNTS Committee Meeting Reem-Kayden Center, Room 200
14:15-15:00 Simultaneously offered Papers II
1. Roger David Aus, “Jesus as a Nazirite in Mark 14:25 par., and Joseph's Reunion Meal in Judaic Tradition”. Olin Building, Auditorium
2. Dennis R. MacDonald, “Imitations of Homer in Mark and Fourth-Century Homeric Readings of the Gospels”. Olin Building, room 102
3. Jan Willem van Henten, “’Knowing everything’ in John and Josephus”. Olin Building, room 205
4. Jeffrey A. D. Weima, “‘Peace and security’ (1 Thess. 5:3): Prophetic Warning or Political Propaganda?”. Olin Building, room 202
5. Emmanuel Nlenanya Chinwokwu (formerly Onwu), “Localizing the Global: Revisiting New Testament Christology in the African Context”. Reem-Kayden Center, Bito Auditorum
15:15-16:00 Coffee/Tea Reem-Kayden Center
16:15-17:00 Simultaneously offered Papers III
1. William Loader, “Did Adultery Mandate Divorce? A Reassessment of Jesus’ Divorce Logia”. Olin Building, Auditorum
2. Clare Rothschild, “Galen’s Treatise ‘On the Avoidance of Grief’ and its Relevance for New Testament Studies”. Olin Building, room 102
3. Urban C. Von Wahlde, “The Literary Origin of the Johannine Literature: Is it Discoverable?  How Would We Know?” Olin Building, room 205
4. Paul Trebilco, “When Did the Early Christians First Call Themselves Christianoi?” Olin Building, room 202
5. Christopher Stanley, “Postcolonial Perspectives on Paul’s 'Jew-Gentile Problem’”. Reem-Kayden Center, Bito Auditorum

17:15-18:15 Business Meeting II Olin Building, Auditorium
18:30 Dinner Kline Dining Tent

Saturday, August 6, 2011

07:00 Breakfast and Keydrop Kline Dining Tent
09:30 Bus leaves for General Theological Seminary Reem-Kayden Center
10:00 Check-out time All On-Campus Accommodations

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