Towards the Future of Protestant Theology

Towards the Future of Protestant Theology

An International Conference

4th–6th June 2020, University of Aberdeen

Following in the wake of the recent celebrations of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, this conference seeks to facilitate conversation concerning possible directions, opportunities, and challenges for theologies belonging to the Protestant confessions. Bringing together scholars from a range of traditions and contexts, it looks to explore core doctrinal topics, to provoke further thinking in the discipline, and to foster global research networks.

Conference Plenary Speakers—

  • Christiane Tietz, University of Zürich
  • Keith Johnson, Wheaton College
  • Susannah Ticciati, King’s College London
  • Simon Oliver, Durham University
  • Keri Day, Princeton Theological Seminary
  • Roland Chia, Trinity Theological College Singapore
  • Tinyiko Maluleke, University of Pretoria
  • Daniel Castelo, Seattle Pacific University
  • Makhosazana Nzimande, Rector of All Saints, Ladysmith, South Africa and Vice-Moderator of the upcoming Assembly of the World Council of Churches 2020
  • Sarah Stewart-Kroeker, University of Geneva
  • David Fergusson, University of Edinburgh

We expect to issue a Call for Papers in the near future to solicit several short paper presentations from postgraduate students.  More to follow!

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