Research Conference

16-18 January 2017

Research students, supervisors, Masters students, or anyone interested in developing their understanding of Biblical studies and the history of the church, are invited to join faculty and others for the Research Conference on 16-18 January 2017. The programme is listed below and covers a range of NT subjects, as well as current ethical and missiological issues, together with important items from the history of the church.

Research Conference

Dr Cor Bennema
Academic Dean

Monday 16 January

Moral Transformation in the Johannine Writings Dr, Cor Bennema

The Woman from Samaria Dr. Colin Hamer

Tuesday 17 January

Abrahamic Influence in Isaiah 1-12 Todd Kinde
What Sort of Death? The Soteriology of Isaiah 53 Dr. Tom Holland
Common Grace and the Camel Method Bill Nikides
Divorce and Remarriage in the NT Dr. Colin Hamer
Aspects of the Medicalization of Death Dr. Eryl Davies

Wednesday 18 January

The Communion of Saints in the Documents and Practice of the Westminster Assembly
Dr. Robert Letham
Knocking on Sinners Doors? Revelation 3:20, Ecclesiology and the Gospel Offer in Seventeenth Century Puritanism Dr. Donald John MacLean

There is no cost to attend. Meals are available on campus at a very reasonable cost but should be ordered in advance by contacting There are also a range of good dining options within easy reach of the campus.

Contact Professor Robert Letham for more details:

Robert Letham Professor of Systematic & Historical Theology