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The 2016 Evangelicals and Gender Study Group Session on the Trinity

The 2016 Evangelicals and Gender Study Group Session on the Trinity June 16, 2016

For those interested in the Calvinism Complementarian Civil War on the Trinity, you might be interested to know that at this year’s ETS meeting that the Evangelicals and Gender study group will be discussing the Trinity.

Here’s the program (HT: Jamin Hubner):

Lucy Peppiatt (Principal of Westminster Theological Centre): “Co-heirs of the grace of life: A pneumatological perspective on the participation of men and women in the life of the Trinity”
Jack Davis (Gordon Conwell Theological Sem): Trinity and Gender: “How Complementarians Should Not Argue for Their Position”
Kevin Giles (St. Michael’s Church): “Defining Subordinationism”
Paul Molnar (St. John’s University): “Understanding the Trinity: Occasion for Unity or Division?”
Stephen Holmes (University of Saint Andrews): “Eternal functional subordination and inseparable operations”
David Butner (Marquette University): “How Eternal Functional Subordination Undermines Transactional Atonement Theories”
Kirk MacGregor (McPherson College): “1 Corinthians 14:33-38 as a Pauline Quotation-Refutation Device”
Anneke Stasson (Biola University): “Virgin Mothers: An Evangelical Theology of Womanhood”
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