Reflections on ETS 2017


Making and Maturing

I’ve had a great time at this year’s annual meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society. ETS is an academic society devoted to advancing precision in Christian theology. While often unseen to the average church goer, ETS gives a sneak peak into the world behind study Bibles, commentaries, etc. So what did I do and why was it beneficial? Here’s a rundown:

I Read a Paper

It’s not as boring as it sounds. At ETS scholars read papers on a boatload of topics related to the understanding and application of all things Bible and Christian. My paper was on the Hebrew grammar of Ezekiel’s first vision, and it was well received. Hopefully it will serve to help others understand this vision in the future. In the coming years I hope to do a complete set at least on Ezekiel’s visions, if not all of the apocalyptic visions of the OT.

William…

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