Council on Dispensational Hermeneutics

Calvary Theological Seminary is pleased to host the 2014 Council on Dispensational Hermeneutics. Moderated by Dr. Mike Stallard, the council serves to add academic weight and credibility to the effort at keeping objective interpretation of Scripture at the forefront of modern biblical presentation in churches and academia, as well as providing a forum for traditional dispensationalists to discuss hermeneutics and related matters.

The Council will meet September 17-18, 2014 on the campus of Calvary Bible College and Theological Seminary. (click here for directions to Calvary)

There is no cost to attend as an observer. (click here for the registration form)

You can also contact Dr. Thomas Baurain, Dean of Calvary Theological Seminary, for more information.

The following hotels are near campus, and offer discounts to friends of Calvary:

Hampton Inn

Comfort Inn

Econo Lodge

Holiday Inn Express & Suites

 

Session Titles for the 2014 Council include:

-How 'Literal' Should Interpretation Be? A Critique of the Analogical Hermeneutic -Joel Williamson

-The Fulfillment of the Abrahamic Covenant -Dr. Gary Gromacki

-A Survey of Social Ethics in Early Dispensationalism -Bruce Baker

-Premillennialism as the Necessary Condition for a Biblical-Socio Political Model -Dr. Chris Cone

-The Olive Tree Metaphor in Romans 11:11-24 -Dr. George Gunn

-A Review and Refutation of Sam Storms' Kingdom Come: The Amillennial Alternative -Dr. Mike Stallard

-New Testament Evidence for Premillennialism -Dr. Elliot Johnson

-Israel and the Church: The Transcendental Distinction within the Dispensational Tradition -Bruce Baker

-Task Theology in the Book of Revelation as a Proof for Futurism and an Aid to Premillennialism -Dr. Bill Arp

-Israel's Kingdom in the Apocalypse -Dr. Robert Thomas

-Defending Premillennialism in Matthew: A Study of Key Verses in the Gospel -Dr. Neil Nelson

Click here for the tentative conference schedule