The Hermeneutics of Conditionalism: Chris Date’s ETS Presentation Available for Download

On April 1st, I had the pleasure and honor to speak in a parallel session at the 2016 ETS Eastern Region Meeting, held at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia, where I am earning my undergraduate degree in biblical and theological studies. There I presented a greatly abridged version of a paper I am developing for publication entitled The Hermeneutics of Conditionalism: A Defense of the Interpretive Method of Edward Fudge. For a cost of $4.00, ETS has made an audio recording of my presentation available for purchase and download here: http://www.wordmp3.com/details.aspx?id=21766. I covet feedback on my developing paper, so if you download and listen, please email me at chrisdate@rethinkinghell.com with your thoughts!

(Note that recordings of all plenary and parallel sessions, including mine, are available for purchase and download as a single set here: http://www.wordmp3.com/product-group.aspx?id=495. For what is surely a limited time, that set costs only $9.99, but apparently will one day cost $60.)

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  • HaakAway

    Love the intro already … tying it back to a previous ETS presentation and quickly noting respected teachers that went in Fudge’s direction. Good first step … I will have to pick the rest up soon. Funny the “Topic” the tagged it with was “Politics” [ETS chocie or WordMP3.com?]

  • Reese Watt

    Chris,
    I sent an email with comments on the talk, but heard no response. Did that go through?
    Reese

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