S. ABINGTON TWP. — The 10th annual Council on Dispensational Hermeneutics, hosted by Baptist Bible Seminary (BBS), will be held Sept. 13 and 14 at Clarks Summit University.
Annual meetings of the council aim to keep objective interpretation of scripture at the forefront of modern biblical presentation in churches and academia. The event serves as a forum for traditional dispensationalists to discuss hermeneutics and related matters.
Council members prepare papers and will discuss the topic, “Dispensationalism and the Glory of God.”
Meals, a pastor’s panel, council panel and a look back at the last 10 years of Councils will round out the event. Limited on-campus housing is available.
Papers for discussion will include “Israel’s Relationship with the Glory of God in the Psalms” by BBS professor Dr. Mark McGinniss, “The Glory of God in the Book of Revelation” by Dallas Theological Seminary’s Elliott Johnson and “The Glory of God in the Book of Jude” By BBS Ph.D. student Dan Wiley.
There is no cost to attend the sessions. To register, email Dr. Mike Stallard at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, call 570-586-2400 or visit ClarksSummitU.edu/events.