The ETS Regional Conference recently took place here in the Ontario/Quebec region—probably one of the newest Regional meetings of ETS, not to mention the only one in Canada. I’ve been a part of this group since its inception in 2013, and each meeting has been fruitful and enjoyable. The meeting this year was held at Heritage Theological Seminary in Cambridge, Ontario.
This year, and I guess last year too (according to my colleague Joel Barker), I presented while sick. I don’t remember about last year (which means I probably was), but in any case, the theme this year was “Trinity and Gender,” most apropos given recent events within ETS.
The first plenary session was by Dr. Michael Haykin, Professor of Church History and Biblical Spirituality at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He presented on “The Eternal Son: Trinity and Subordinationism in John Gill.” It was a good start to…
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