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Second Annual Anglican Theology Conference: Jewish Roots of Christianity

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Samford University

800 Lakeshore Drive

Birmingham, AL 35229

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Since the Holocaust both Jewish and Christian scholars have rediscovered the Jewish roots of Christianity. This conference will explore those roots and discuss their continuing implications for Christian theology and practice. Speakers are leading scholars who will present cutting-edge results from recent work.

Presentations include:

  • Old Testament: How did the New Testament writers regard and use Tanakh?
  • The Gospels: Did Jesus plan to start a new religion?
  • Paul: An end to Jewish law?
  • Hebrews: Judaism as obsolete?
  • Liturgy: Jewish roots
  • Parting of the Ways: When and how did the ekklesia split from the synagogue?
  • From Constantine to the Holocaust: The Church and the Jews
  • Post-Holocaust Theology: Re-examining supersessionism
  • Anglicans and Israel: The (largely) untold story
  • Messianic Judaism: New implications for Church and theology
  • Anglican Theology: What difference does this make?

Speakers include:

  • Archbishop Foley Beach, Anglican Church in North America
  • Mark Gignilliat, Beeson Divinity School
  • Sarah Hall, Trinity School for Ministry
  • Mark Kinzer, Messianic Jewish Theological Institute
  • Eugene Korn, Center for Jewish-Christian Understanding and Cooperation
  • Gerald McDermott, Beeson Divinity School
  • David Moffitt, University of St. Andrews
  • Isaac Oliver, Bradley University
  • Matthew Olver, Nashotah House
  • Jen Rosner, Fuller Seminary
  • David Rudolph, The King's University
  • Matthew Thiessen, McMaster University
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Birmingham, AL 35229

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