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Cornerstone Alumni, Student Activity, TCPT Conference

Many Thanks for a Successful Conference!

Thank you to everyone who came out to support our inaugural conference! We ended up with twenty-one speakers, over 60 registered attendees (and plenty of non-registered attendees), and excellent feedback.

It was great to see old friends and make new ones. Thanks also to Louis from Baker Book House and Eric from the Theological Book Network. Be sure to continue to support them!

This conference could not have happened without the willing and encouraging support of all the people who submitted papers and those who came to support them. We managed to record the five excellent plenary sessions and will hopefully have them up within the month. Again, thanks to all who came for helping us make this a great first conference. We are already looking forward to next year!

Plenary Speakers

James K. A. Smith
Brian J. Walsh
J. Matthew Bonzo
David L. Stubbs
Michael Van Dyke

Alumni Presenters:

Aaron Caudill
Mike Edwardson
Lindsey Renee Jacobs
Matthew Elmore
Seth Horton

CU Student Presenters:

Kris Rolls
Josiah Daniels
Dean Dettloff
Bethany Luzny
Jazz Salo

Presenters from Other Institutions:

Nicolas Babarskis (Wheaton alumnus, Cornerstone faculty)
Laura De Jong (Calvin College)
Nathan Smith (Trinity Evangelical Divinity)
Daniel Camacho (Calvin College)
Daniel Jesse (Aquinas College)
Dave Rinker (Fuller Theological Seminary)

Chairs from Cornerstone University:

Kyle Bos
Jazz Salo
Dean Dettloff
Josh Christianson
Olivia Chance
Erin Murphy
Emily Van Houten
Adam Brooks
Kenneth Selby
Ian Grell
Kris Rolls
Josh Perkins

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    Posted by Hugo | April 22, 2013, 1:48 pm

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