Jewish Scripture as Christian Scripture at the 2019 Stone-Campbell Journal Conference

The Jewish Scripture as Christian Scripture (JSACS) study group is pleased to welcome proposals for papers for the Stone-Campbell Journal Conference.

The conference is set to be hosted by Johnson University in Knoxville, TN, on 5–6 April 2019. Conference details are available on the Stone-Campbell Journal website.

The group’s interest is intentionally broader than the issue of “the use of the Old Testament” in the New, in the history of Christian biblical interpretation, etc. Projects are welcome to focus on either the Hebrew Bible or related versions (especially Greek) and to consider these textual traditions’ relevance for Christian interpreters, past or present.

To propose a paper for the JSACS group, please review and complete the proposal form below by the end of the day 1 December.

Soon after this time, final decisions will be made and communicated about what papers will be included in the study group’s program. Any promising proposals that the group is not able to accommodate in its program will be considered for addition to the general SCJC program.

If you have any questions, please feel free to post in the comments area below. If you have colleagues with interest in the group’s area of study, please feel free to forward this post link to them.

We look forward to seeing your proposals and to a wonderful session at the 2019 meeting!

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