This year’s BCT seminar is all set to go on 6-7 September. So here’s the program.
Friday, 6 September, 2013
1000-1130 Roland Boer
The Power of Chusing Moral Good or Evil: Hugo Grotius and the Fall.
The Crucial Difference between Miriam of Exodus 2 and the character of Stephen in Tarantino’s Django Unchained.
1130-1300 Lunch at Trinity Bar
1300-1430 Emily Colgan
‘Prepare War Against Her’: The Land as Wounded City in Jer 6:1-8.
Anxieties of Influence: Liberal ‘New Perspective’ Scholars, Conservative Christian Zionists, and Theological Discourse on Israel as Identity Construction and Maintenance.
1500-1630 Debra MacDonald
The Symbolism of Evil and the Demons of Luke: Paul Ricoeur and René Girard
The Road to Awe: Rosenzweig’s Song of Songs
Drinks and dinner at Trinity Bar
Saturday, 7 September, 2013
1000-1130 Christina Petterson
Necrosomatics in the Gospel of John
The Characteristics of Utopia and its Applicability for Interpreting the Gospel of Mark
1300-1430 Robert Myles
The Antagonising Post-political Prospects of ‘Genderqueer’ Biblical Criticism
Apocalyptic Illiteracy and the Role of Liberal Abstraction in the Formation of Modern Biblical Criticism
1500-1630 Holly Randell-Moon
The Secular Contract: The British Monarchy and White Diasporic Sovereignty
Re-reading Islamic Historiography: Birth Narrative, Semiotics and Ideology
Drinks and dinner