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Thank you for visiting the Evangelical Theological Society website. ETS is a professional, academic society of Biblical scholars, teachers, pastors, students, and others involved in evangelical scholarship. We serve Jesus Christ and his church by fostering conservative, evangelical biblical scholarship. Please browse the site to learn more about the Society, the Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, and our national and regional meetings.

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Recent Announcements & News

2015 Proposal Period Is Open

The 2015 Annual Meeting paper proposal period is now open. Full members and student members currently enrolled in a Ph.D. program may submit proposals for the annual meeting through the online system. Links to the proposal system guide, tips for crafting a quality abstract, and the link to submit a proposal are all located in the Annual Meeting Proposal System box on the left side of the homepage. Members must login to access the system.

The proposal system will close on Tuesday, March 31, at 5:00 pm Eastern. No proposals will be accepted after the system closes. Be sure to check your login, your membership status, and request any assistance you might need from the staff well in advance of the closing date. If you need assistance, you can use the contact button found on any page of the website or click here to email the staff.

Registration is Now Open

Conference Registration for the 2015 ETS Annual Meeting in Atlanta is now open. Click here to go to the registration information page.

Hotel Registration in the ETS discounted room block is also now available. Click here to go to the hotel registration information page.

2015 Student Scholarship Program

The ETS Executive Committee is pleased to announce the 2015 Annual Meeting Student Scholarship Program. This program is designed to help academically promising students who find participation in the Society economically prohibitive, or who come from a traditionally underrepresented group to get to know the Society, its functions, its leaders, and the role it plays in supporting conservative evangelical scholarship.

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