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Mitchell G. Reddish Festschrift

left to right: R. Scott Nash, Mitchell G. Reddish, Kandy Queen-Sutherland.
Left to right: R. Scott Nash, Mitchell G. Reddish, Kandy Queen-Sutherland.

The 2018 Festschrift issue of Perspectives in Religious Studies has been published in honor of Mitchell G. Reddish, the O. L. Walker Professor of Christian Studies and Chair of the Department of Religious Studies at Stetson University, DeLand, Florida. The issue, entitled “Unveiling Revelation and Jesus of Nazareth: Essays in Honor of Mitchell Reddish,” was edited by Jaime Clark-Soles. After a brief biographical sketch of Reddish by department colleague Kandy Queen-Sutherland, eight articles focusing on different aspects of the book of Revelation follow. The authors contributing these studies are M. Eugene Boring, Richard B. Vinson, Jerry L. Sumney, David L. Barr, Tina Pippin, R. Scott Nash, and Greg Carey. The final article is an archaeologically-focused examination of the historical Jesus and the historical Galilee by R. Alan Culpepper. The issues concludes with a select bibliography of Reddish’s publications.

The paper copies should be shipping to NABPR members soon. Non-members or those who want a special copy Mikeal Parsons,Department of Religion, Baylor University, One Bear Place #97284, Waco, TX 76798 ().

 

 

NABPR 2018 Meeting at Gardner-Webb Program

The National Association of Baptist Professors of Religion (NABPR)

Gardner-Webb University, Boiling Springs, NC

May 21-23, 2018


Greetings from the Executive Secretary-Treasurer

Welcome to the Annual May Meeting of NABPR.

Save the date for 2019:  Campbell University School of Law has committed to host our meeting on May 20 – 22, 2019.  The 2019 meeting will be a joint meeting with the Baptist History and Heritage Society.

The November meeting in Boston was successful.  Mark your calendar for November 17.  Dr. Nancy Ammerman did a wonderful job as our plenary speaker.  We plan to keep the Saturday morning tradition alive in Denver.

Many thanks go to Doug Weaver, our President, and the Gardner-Webb University faculty and staff who have worked hard to bring about another successful meeting.  The online registration and payment portal made the logistics much easier.

I look forward to seeing you in Boiling Springs.

Daniel Mynatt
Executive Secretary-Treasurer

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NABPR-SE Regional Meeting Program March 2018

Update: There has been a venue change for SECSOR. The meeting will now be taking place at: Atlanta Marriott Buckhead Hotel and Conference Center.

National Association of Baptist Professors of Religion, Southeast

2018 Southeast Regional Meeting

Friday, March 2, 2018

Atlanta Marriott Buckhead Hotel and Conference Center.

2:30-3:00pm Registration and Refreshments

3:00-3:05 Welcome

  • Welcome from the President— Alicia Myers, Assistant Professor of New Testament and Greek, Campbell University Divinity School
  • Announcement of Program— Andrew Gardner, Florida State University

3:05-3:40 Presidential Address:

  • Blessed Among Women? Mothers and Motherhood in the New Testament Alicia Myers

3:40-4:30 Panelist Responses and Discussion:

  • Diane Lipsett, Salem College
  • Mimi Walker, Druid Hills Baptist Church, McAfee School of Theology
  • Thomas Dixon, Campbell University

4:30-4:35 Break

4:35-5:00 Business Meeting

  • 2019 SECSOR meeting
    • NABPR-SE meeting Action Items
    • Location
    • Election of officers
    • Miscellaneous business

5:00 Adjournment

 

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Program for the 2017 Annual Meeting of NABPR at AAR/SBL in Boston

National Association of Baptist Professors of Religion

2017 Annual Meeting
at AAR/SBL in Boston, Massachussets

18 November 2017, 9:00-11:30 AM
Westin Copley Place—Essex North (Third Level)

  • 9:00 Gathering for Coffee and Conversation
  • 9:30 Greetings and Program Overview Steve Harmon, Gardner-Webb University NABPR Vice President
  • 9:35 Introduction of President’s Address
  • 9:40 President’s Address Doug Weaver, Baylor University and NABPR President

Baptists and the Interplay of Word/Spirit/Experience
By Doug Weaver

  • 10:05 Responses from the Association Moderated by Steve Harmon
  • 10:20 Introduction of Keynote Address Rady Roldan-Figueroa, Boston University
  • 10:25 Keynote Address Nancy Ammerman, Boston University
    • Dr. Ammerman is  Professor of Sociology of Religion, Sociology Department and School of Theology; Associate Dean of the Faculty for the Social Sciences.

Being Baptist in this Moment
By Nancy Ammerman

 

  • 11:00 Responses from the Association Moderated by Rady Roldan-Figueroa
  • 11:15 Fall Business Meeting Danny Mynatt, University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, and NABPR Executive Secretary-Treasurer
    • Introduction of the Nominating Committee Steve Harmon
      • Bill Pitts, Baylor University (chair)
      • Mel Hawkins, Carson-Newman University
      • Meredith Stone, Hardin-Simmons University
      • Election of the Dissertation Scholarship Committee
    • Update on Change to the NABPR Constitution Danny Mynatt
    • Update on NABPR Social Media Adam DJ Brett
  • 11:25 Invitation to the National Meeting Steve Harmon

May 21-23, 2018, Gardner-Webb University, Boiling Springs, NC

  • 11:30 Adjournment Steve Harmon

2018 NABPR Call for Papers

  The Call for Papers is now closed. Please see the 2018 Program. 

Call for Papers
National Association of Baptist Professors of Religion (NABPR)
Annual Meeting
Gardner-Webb University
Boiling Springs, NC
May 21 – 23, 2018

The National Association of Baptist Professors of Religion (NABPR) invites paper proposals in any area pertaining to scholarship in Religion.  In an effort to develop innovative conversations among scholars, papers which create integration between traditional disciplines or broaden the margins of disciplinary conversations are encouraged.   Although many NABPR members work primarily in the traditional disciplines of Biblical Studies, Church History, Theology, etc., proposals are encouraged from any field, including Ministry Studies.

Paper or panel proposals on any aspect of pedagogy related to the teaching of Religion are encouraged.

Proposals must be received by January 15, 2018.  Send a 300-word abstract to:

Doug Weaver
Department of Religion
Baylor University
One Bear Place # 97284
Waco, TX 76798-7284

  • Papers will be scheduled into a 30 minute time period, including discussion.
  • Proposals will be accepted or denied by March 1, 2018.
  • Graduate Students are encouraged to submit proposals.
  • The price of registration for Graduate Students is waived for the Annual Meeting.

Update:

John Inscore Essick (Baptist Seminary of Kentucky) invites NABPR members interested in presenting on a panel or in a session addressing migration and/or pedagogy and migration for the May 2018 meeting at Gardner-Webb to contact him at .

Membership Requirement

Authors of accepted proposals must be members of NABPR in good standing by May 1. Authors must pay dues for the current year and be registered for the Annual meeting. Accepted Papers which have not met these criteria will be removed from the program. Inquires about dues and membership status should be directed to Joyce Swoveland:

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