James K. A. Smith

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TCPT ’12: James K.A. Smith “Philosophy in Service of Discipleship”

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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 … Continue reading

Conference Today

Friday, April 20* 3:00 PM: Registration/Book Table Open 3:45 PM: Opening Remarks/Prayer 4:00 PM: Plenary Session I Speaker: Prof. James K.A. Smith Title: “Philosophy in the Service of Discipleship” Chair: Jazz Salo 5:30 PM: Dinner 6:30 PM: Plenary Session II Interview with Brian J. Walsh by J. Matthew Bonzo 8:00 PM: Closing Remarks *Baker Book … Continue reading

Paper Preview from Seth Horton

Seth Horton, a Cornerstone alumnus, will be delivering his paper “Ethical Hermeneutics” on Saturday at 3:30 in Faber 114. As with Lindsey, Seth has written a blog post elaborating on his paper. After commenting on his surprise regarding the points of agreement between his position and Dr. Smith’s, he writes: “Clearly there are only three … Continue reading

James K. A. Smith | April 20, 4:00

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TCPT 2012 Conference Schedule

The schedule is finally here! As you can see from our list of papers, it will prove to be an excellent discussion. Indeed, with presenters from California to Ohio, we have received a much greater response than we had expected for an inaugural conference. We look forward to seeing you there! This is a map … Continue reading

Internet Publicity

We’re incredibly grateful for two recent announcements of our conference. The first is from Dr. Smith, who tweeted our call for papers. Please follow him for further information on his projects, commentary on current events, and updates concerning banjo practice. The second is from Louis at Baker Book House. Louis gave us a great and … Continue reading

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