Below is information regarding Greenville Seminary’s 2014 Spring Theology Conference. Lord willing, this will be my last conference in the audio booth (I’m scheduled to graduate this Spring). I hope you can join us. The theme of the conference is “God’s Works of Providence” and will be help March 11-13, 2014 and is being help at a new location this year (a Presbyterian led conference at a local Reformed Baptist Church).
Dr. Derek Thomas, “Providence and the ‘Middle Knowledge’: A Question of ‘Now You See It, Now You Don’t.”
Dr. Joel Beeke, “The Heidelberg Catechism: Its Gripping History and Teaching on Providence.” Dr. Beeke will also preach during Tuesday’s evening service on the subject, “The Definition and Beauty of Providence.”
Dr. James McGoldrick, “Calling All Christians: Calvin’s Doctrine of Vocation.”
Dr. Benjamin Miller, “Beautiful in Its Time: A Preacher’s Journey through the Mists of Providence.”
Dr. James N. Anderson, TBA
Dr. Joseph A. Pipa Jr., “The Devil Made Me Do It.” Dr. Pipa will also speak during the Wednesday evening service on the topic: “Providence or Fatalism.”
Dr. Benjamin Shaw, “Just a Lot of Noise: Providence and the Problem of Evil.”
The cost will be $80 per person, spouses $35, and youths over age 12 for $20. GPTS graduates may attend for $55. These are “early bird” prices; later registrations will be higher. Online registration will be available beginning the first week of December. The early-bird rate deadline is Friday, January 31st. Watch the seminary website for further information.
We’d certainly appreciate if you tell others about this conference.