If you haven’t already heard, there is an exciting conference taking place next year (April 2019) at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary.
The official announcement is below; hope to see you there.
Linguistics and New Testament Greek:
Key Issues in the Current Debate
This two-day conference is designed to bring students of the Greek New Testament up-to-date regarding current issues related to linguistics and the interpretation of the New Testament. It features several top scholars in the field including Stan Porter, Constantine Campbell, Stephen Levinsohn, Steve Runge, and Robert Plummer. The session topics include verbal aspect, the perfect tense, discourse analysis, and word order. The cost of the conference includes dinner on Friday night, breakfast on Saturday morning, and a light snack late morning on Saturday.
$50 (if registered before February 1, 2019)
$75 (if registered after February 1, 2019)
Friday, April 26
3:30–4:30 PM Stan Porter: “Linguistic Schools”
4:30–5:30 PM Stephen Levinsohn: “Discourse Analysis”
5:30–6:30 PM Thomas Hudgins: “Electronic Tools”
6:30–7:30 PM Dinner
7:30–8:30 PM Randall Buth: “Pronunciation”
8:30–9:30 PM T. Michael W. Halcomb: “Living Language Approach”
9:30–10:30 PM Rob Plummer: “The Ideal Beginning Grammar?”
Saturday, April 27
6:45–7:30 AM Breakfast
7:30–8:30 AM Con Campbell: “Tense and Aspect”
8:30–9:30 AM Jonathan Pennington: “Voice (Including Deponency)”
9:30–10:00 AM Snack Break
10:00–11:00 AM Michael Aubrey: “The Perfect Tense”
11:00 AM–12:00 PM Steven Runge: “Word Order”
12:00–1:00 PM Nicholas Ellis: “Linguistics and Exegesis”
Contact Catherine Ridley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration is available at here.