On Wednesday, April 18, Dr. Timothy O’Connor will be presenting his paper on theological anthropology in conversation with the sciences.
Analytic Theology is one of the most dynamic and exciting research programs in contemporary theology. In the last decade it has spawned a book series (Oxford Studies in Analytic Theology), several journals (including the Journal of Analytic Theology), the Logos and HEAT conference series, and research centers like the Logos Institute at St Andrews, as well as work being done in universities and seminaries in Finland, Germany, Austria, and the USA. As the first decade of analytic theology draws to a close, this conference brings together some of the leaders in the field from Europe, the UK, and the USA, to ask where the movement is going and what new developments are on the horizon.
Plenary sessions include:
Dr. Alan Torrance – Professor of Systematic Theology at the University of St. Andrews
“Where Have We Been? The History of Doctrine and the Future of Analytic Theology” by Dr. Thomas McCall – Professor of Biblical and Systematic Theology and Director of Carl F. H. Henry Center for Theological Understanding at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
“Where Do We Go From Here? The Futures of Analytic Theology.” by Dr. Oliver Crisp – Professor of Systematic Theology at Fuller Seminary
“Is there a Future for Analytic Theology in Europe? An Exploration of the Controversies on Kant’s Legacy, the Legitimacy of Metaphysics and Theological Realism” by Dr. Johannes Grössl – Teaches Systematic Theology at the University of Siegen
“It’s Grim Up North? A Northern Point of View to Analytic Theology” by Dr. Olli-Pekka Vainio – University Lecturer of Systematic Theology at the University of Helsinki
The conference is funded by the John Templeton Foundation and will take place at Fuller Seminary in Pasadena, CA. The conference is free to attend; however, registration is required.