HBU Theology Conference

Ad Fontes, Ad Futura:
Erasmus' Bible and the Impact of Scripture

February 25-27, 2016
Houston Baptist University

In celebration of upcoming 500th anniversary of Erasmus’ Greek text and the Reformation, the Department of Theology at HBU, in conjunction with the Dunham Bible Museum, is pleased to host the conference Ad Fontes, Ad Futura: Erasmus’ Bible and the Impact of Scripture. The conference will focus on textual and historical issues regarding the development of the Bible and its impact on society. Our keynote speakers include Craig Evans (Houston Baptist University), Timothy George (Beeson Divinity School, Samford University), Herman Selderhuis (Theological University Apeldoorn) and Daniel Wallace (Dallas Theological Seminary). The plenary talks are free and open to the public.
We will also have a number of short papers discussing the development of the Bible and its impact on society. We will shortly issue a call for papers addressing topics such as: the historical context of the creation of the Bible especially in its textual traditions, the history of the Greek text, Bible translation, the formation of the canon, the Bible in the Reformation and post-Reformation period.

More information to follow.
If you are affiliated with HBU (faculty, staff, or student), admission to the conference is free. To register please send an email from your HBU account to theology@hbu.edu, giving your name as you want it on your nametag.
Register and pay online now or fill out the registration form and mail it with your payment to:
Theology Conference Registration
Department of Theology
School of Christian Thought
Houston Baptist University
7502 Fondren Rd
Houston TX, 77074
Please make checks payable to “Houston Baptist University.”