ETS News & Announcements

Call for Papers: Polanyi Studies: Past, Present, and Future - Conference - June 8-11 2016

Next year, the Polanyi Society will sponsor a conference to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the publication of Michael Polanyi’s The Tacit Dimension and to assess the legacy of Polanyi’s philosophical efforts. The conference will also provide opportunities for senior and junior Polanyi scholars to collaborate in the exploration of the many subjects and themes identified in Polanyi’s writings.

Annual Meeting Program Draft has been posted

The 2015 Annual Meeting Program Draft has been posted. To view the Program Draft please Click here.

All edit requests must be submitted to meeting@etsjets.org by July 31st to be included in the print program.

Request for Moderators for the Discipline Specific and Theme sessions

If you would like to moderate a Discipline Specific or Theme session please complete this Online Form. These sessions are marked in the Draft with a D (Discipline) or T (Theme).

The deadline to volunteer to moderate a session is July 31st.

JETS 58-2 Available Online

The Summer issue of JETS is now available online. Click here to check it out. Members and subscribers will receive their paper copy in the coming weeks. Thanks, ETS Staff

Annual Meeting Paper Proposal Notifications Completed

We have completed all of the paper proposal notifications. If you did not receive the email informing you of the status of your paper proposal please click on the "View My Paper Proposal(s)" link to the left in the "Annual Meeting Proposal System" box.

If your paper proposal was accepted, you will receive an email with your session details by July 15th. Please email any name, affiliation, and/or title corrections to meeting@etsjets.org by July 31st. Corrections received after July 31st will not be included in the printed program.

AXIOME 2016—Decision Making and the Divine Will: Theological, Philosophical and Pastoral Issues—March 10-12, 2016

Call for Papers

“What should I do?” is probably one of the most important, and most frequently asked, of the perennial human questions. This question can be asked at several different levels: (1) The moral level: What is the right thing to do? Is there a moral standard that should guide my actions, or am I the moral arbiter of my own actions? (2) The epistemological level: With so many possibilities, how can I know which is right? How should I choose my career, my school, or my life partner? (3) The ontological level: Am I “free” to make my own choices, or am I determined (by either the universe or by God), or am I somehow determined while making free choices? (4) The pastoral level: How do I properly advise people to make the best choices? There are, perhaps, many other aspects of this famous problem that could be discussed. For its 2016 Conference, to be held in Montreal, Association Axiome invites theologians, philosophers, and apologists of the Francophone Evangelical community to submit their relevant papers. This Conference, organized in collaboration with the Evangelical Baptist Seminary of Quebec (SEMBEQ) and Paradigm conferences, will take place on site at SEMBEQ in Montreal on March 10-12, 2016. The time slots for accepted communications are: Thursday evening (20h00- 22:00), Friday during the day (10h00-12h00 and 14h00-16h00) and Saturday morning (10.00-12.00).

The 2015 Proposal Period Is Closed

The proposal system is closed. No further proposals will be accepted for this year's program.

To check the status of a proposal, please use the View My Proposal(s) link in the Annual Meeting Proposal System menu on the left side of the homepage. For more information on proposal status and the notification timeline, please click here.

Unfortunately, given the high volume of proposals, we will not be able to respond individual inquiries about the status of a proposal.

JETS 58-1: Early Electronic Access Now Available

The March issue of JETS is now available online. Click here to check it out. Members and subscribers will receive their paper copy in mid-April.

Thanks,
ETS 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.

2015 Call for Papers has been posted

The proposal period opens on March 2, 2015

All full members of ETS and student members enrolled in Ph.D. programs are invited to submit paper proposals on this year’s theme, "Marriage and the Family". As always, quality papers on topics not directly related to the theme are also welcome. To go to the Call for Papers click here.

Several sections have posted specific themes for their open sessions. To view the section themes, please see: the section theme announcements.

"Behold Your God": presented by the New England Center for Expository Preaching

On Feb 23-24 Dr. John Snyder will present an overview of "Behold your God" to those gathered at the New England Center for Expository Preaching in southern NH.

Registration is $10 (which includes lunch both days) for those who register in January. See www.NECEP.org for details.

JETS 57-4: Early Electronic Access Now Available

The December issue of JETS is now available online. Click here to check it out. Members and subscribers will receive their paper copy in mid-January.

Thanks,
ETS Staff

THE 2015 NIDA School of Translation Studies

“Leading Edges in Translation: World Literature and Performativity”

May 18-29, 2015 in Misano, Italy

The application period for the 2015 Nida School of Translation Studies is now open and will remain open until January 31, 2015. The Nida School of Translation Studies (NSTS), an annual two-week seminar, brings together experts from translation studies, religious discourse translation, and other cognate disciplines in a fully transdisciplinary working environment. Each seminar critically explores translation theory, linguistics, semiotics and cultural studies as they pertain to a well-defined topic or problem. Their transdisciplinary nature allows theorists and practitioners from many fields to cross disciplinary and methodological boundaries and develop new ways of thinking about translation and other fields of research.

EFCA Theology Conference 2015: The Doctrine of the Scriptures

There are many ways the Scriptures are being questioned, undermined, and even denied, not only by those outside Evangelicalism but from those within. In response to these views and in defense of the Scriptures, the 2015 EFCA Theology Conference theme is “The Doctrine of the Scriptures.” Conference dates are January 28-30, 2015 and the location is Trinity International University, Deerfield, IL.

Full ETS Annual Meeting Recordings Available

All ETS 2014 Recordings are now available at www.wordMp3.com
See this page for: Parallel Sessions and Plenary Sessions

2014 Annual Meeting Recordings Pre-Publication Sale

Click here to view WordMp3.com's pre-publication specials for this year's annual meeting.

2014 Annual Meeting Program Sessions Draft

A preliminary draft of the 2014 Annual Meeting sessions has been posted online. To get sneak peak at the November meeting sessions, click here.

If you haven't yet registered for the meeting, you can do that online, by mail, or by fax. For complete details, click here.

2014 Annual Meeting Call for Papers has been posted

The proposal period opens on March 1, 2014

All full members of ETS and student members enrolled in Ph.D. programs are invited to submit paper proposals on this year’s theme. As always, quality papers on topics not directly related to the theme are welcome. To go to the Call for Papers click here. Several sections have posted specific themes for their open sessions. To view the section themes, please see: the section theme announcements.

Annual Meeting Recording Pre-Publication Specials

Wordmp3.com is providing recording services for this year's annual meeting. They have just announced a special pre-publicaion sale. For complete details, please click here.

Call for Symposium Papers

Symposium Call for Papers:

ETS Members have been invited to participate in the Symposium: "Does God Play Dice? Randomness & Divine Providence."
This conference will take place at: Hilton, Pasadena, CA, July 31-Aug. 3, 2014.

For information about submitting abstracts and registration, visit their website: Interdisciplinary Studies Symposium

Print Production Issue with JETS 56.3 - UPDATE

UPDATED - October 28, 2013

We are in the process of printing and mailing a corrected cover to all members and subscribers. The cover is adhesive and can be permanently affixed over the incorrect cover and spine so that the correct table of contents and issue information will be visible on the front, and the correct issue information will be visible on the spine.

We will post another update when the corrected covers have shipped.

In the interim, we have posted a PDF of the correct cover. You can download the PDF here: 56-3 Cover

Download the Annual Meeting Flyer

For those interested in promoting the annual meeting, here is a flyer you can post around campus or on your office door.
We look forward to seeing you in November!

click here

Teaching Opportunity in the Ukraine

There is an opportunity to teach at the Zaporozhye Bible College and Seminary in Ukraine in their MA program.

ZBCS is a missionary endeavor. It is a nonprofit organization. All visiting professors are in effect short term missionaries. You would need to raise your own airfare and bring 250 Euro (or equivalent) for food and transport.

Early Registration Ends September 30th

Early registration is open through September 30th. This is absolutely the best prices for the conference.
Early registration prices are:

    • $30 for full and associate members
    • $20 for student members*
    • $70 for non-members

Your membership must be current to take advantage of member pricing. Not sure if your membership is up to date? Log in and you'll see your membership details in the Account Status box in the upper right of the homepage.

For complete information, or to register click here.

*Student members of EPS & NEAS must register offline (mail/fax) to receive the student rate.

New ETS Region

We are excited to announce the creation of the Ontario/Quebec region of ETS. The officers of this region are:
Gene Haas, Chair
David Robinson, Program Chair
Joel Barker, Secretary/Treasurer

The first regional meeting for the Ontario/Quebec region will be Sept. 14, 2013. The submission deadline for proposals is August 15, 2013.

You can view the new regional page and find out information about the regional meeting here.

65th Annual Meeting Program Draft

The first draft of the 2013 Annual Meeting in Baltimore, MD is now available. This year's annual meeting is being held Tuesday, November 19th to Thursday, November 21st. To view the program draft just click on the Annual Meeting link in the Main Menu and then click on "Download the Program Draft PDF".

Andrew Fuller and His Controversies Conference

Theological controversy is a perennial feature of the life of God’s people in this world. At such times, the church is best served by doughty and winsome champions of the truth. Such a man was Andrew Fuller, who, though he engaged heartily with numerous theological issues of his day, never lost his love for those whom he opposed and defended the truth with winsomeness. Southern Seminary's Andrew Fuller Conference will explore the various challenges to biblical Christianity Fuller tackled with the goal that we might be better equipped to serve God in our generation.

2013 Proposal Period Is Closed

The 2013 Proposal Period has closed and the program review process will begin shortly. For information on the proposal notification timeline, please see the the notification timeline.

2013 Proposal Period Open March 1 - March 31

The 2013 Annual Meeting Paper Proposal Period

The proposal period will begin at 9:00am (Eastern) on Friday March 1 and will close at 11:30pm (Eastern) on Sunday March 31.

The Proposal Process

All proposals must be submitted online through the proposal system. No proposals will be accepted by email. You may not submit a proposal for anyone else.

To submit a proposal, login to the website and select the Submit Paper Proposal link from the Paper Proposal System menu. We strongly recommend that you view the Online Proposal System Guide before submitting your proposal. This step by step guide with screenshots will help you understand the process from start to finish. A guide for PhD students submitting a proposal is also available.

Key Helps for the Proposal Process

We get many requests each year for recommendations on how to craft a quality proposal. We've put together several key features that every proposal should have and published it on the website. Click here to view our Tips for Crafting a Quality Proposal.

Recommendations for PhD student papers may be emailed directly to us or attached as a file with the proposal. We have created a guide for professors on the information we need. Click here to view it. Ph.D. students submitting a proposal should send the guide to their sponsoring professor.

There is a separate proposal form for those who want to propose and organize an entire session. To propose a session, select the Propose a Session link in the Paper Proposal System menu.

2013 Annual Meeting Registration and Hotel Accommodations

Registration is now open for the 2013 Annual Meeting November 19-21 in Baltimore, MD.

  • For best pricing register by September 30, 2013 (midnight EDT)
  • Pre-registration closes October 25, 2013 (midnight EDT)
  • After October 25, 2013 all registrations will be handled in Baltimore.

To register for the annual meeting click here

Hotel reservations can now be made at both the Hilton Baltimore and the Marriott Inner Harbor

To make hotel reservations click here

2013 Annual Meeting Student Scholarship Program

The ETS Executive Committee is pleased to announce the 2013 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.

2013 Call for Papers

The 65th Annual Meeting of the Society will take place Tuesday Nov. 19 - Thursday Nov 21, 2013 in Baltimore, MD. The theme is Evangelicalism, Inerrancy, and the Evangelical Theological Society: Retrospect and Prospect. Plenary speakers for this year's meeting are Dr. Donald A. Carson, Dr. John M. Frame, and Dr. Ben Witherington III.

Click here to view the 2013 Call for Papers. Paper proposals will be accepted via the ETS website Mar 1 - 31, 2013. Additional details and instructions for the proposal process will be forthcoming.

Call for Papers: Ecclesia and Ethics Online Conference

Description:

Ecclesia and Ethics: An Eco-friendly and Economically-feasible Online Biblical Studies and Theology Conference is an academic and ecclesial conference taking place on Saturday May 18th and Saturday May 25th 2013 in real-time via Webinar.

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Health and Human Flourishing Conference

Description:

The Center for Bioethics & Human Dignity’s 20th Annual Summer Conference, Health & Human Flourishing will explore the impact of contemporary notions of health within the context of advances in medicine, science, and technology for our individual and common humanity.

Dates:
Conference: July 18-20, 2013
Preconference Institutes: July 15-18, 2013
Post conference Seminars: July 22-24, 2013

Location:
Trinity International University
Deerfield, Illinois, USA

Calls for Papers for the Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies

Calls for Papers:

1. Original articles on: “Brave New World? Genetic Engineering & Human Dignity,” for peer-review and possible publication in the Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies XXV 2013. Call for Papers at: Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies
Mss. deadline: March 1, 2013.
Inquiries to: Dr. O. Gruenwald, JIS Editor, 1065 Pine Bluff Dr., Pasadena, CA 91107. E-mail: info@jis3.org

22nd Annual Wheaton Theology Conference: Christian Political Witness

The conference title is drawn from the words of Jesus to his disciples, "On my account you will be brought before governors and kings as witnesses to them and to the Gentiles" (Matt. 10:18). The 2013 Theology Conference explores the biblical and theological contours of the complex relationship between Christian faith and political authority. The conference seeks to deepen the church's understanding of the political implications of the Gospel that proclaims Jesus Christ as Lord of Lords and King of Kings.

2012 Annual Meeting Program is available for download

The 2012 Annual Meeting Program is now available for download. The Program PDF can be downloaded in its entirety or in sections. The printed programs are going out in the mail this week. All current members and registrants should receive their printed program in the mail shortly.

Tutku Tours of Asia Minor & Academic Symposium

Tutku Tours wants ETS members to experience the place where much of the New Testament and early church history happened—the holy land of Asia Minor, modern Turkey. For this reason Tutku Tours, a leader in biblical tourism and a regular exhibitor at the ETS annual meetings, has put together a special low-priced, tour to make your participation possible. The June 5th to June 17, 2013, per person cost in double room, including land and Air from New York is $2,890.

ETS Annual Meeting Student Scholarship Program

The ETS Executive Committee is pleased to announce the 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. The goal of the program is to encourage and support students, who might otherwise not participate in the Society, to appreciate the value of membership and the profitable part that it might play in their academic and ministry futures.

Scholarship recipients will receive a two-year benefit package including:

Annual Meeting Student Scholarship Program FAQ

Do you have questions about the Annual Meeting Student Scholarship Program? Visit the Scholarship FAQ page. The FAQ is updated regularly as we get new questions about the program.

Annual Meeting Program Draft

The first draft of the 64th Annual Meeting Program is now available for review. Please click here to download the draft..

Inaugural Issue of Journal for the Evangelical Study of the Old Testament

The first issue of a new peer-reviewed journal titled Journal for the Evangelical Study of the Old Testament is now available at www.jesot.org. The issue includes 5 new articles and 15 book reviews that can be freely downloaded online and can be purchased in print through Wipf and Stock Publishers. The journal features articles by Michael S. Heiser, Eugene H. Merrill, Joel E. Anderson, Todd Scacewater, and John F. Hobbins.

Annual Meeting Updates

Registration for the 64th Annual Meeting Is Now Open

Registration is now available online. To register, please click here. Remember, your membership must be current to receive the member rate.

Hotel Information for the 64th Annual Meeting Available Online

Reservations at the group rate can be made online or by phone. For complete information, including prices, directions, contact information, and online reservations, please click here.

Website Feature: ETS Members Publications

For years the Society published an annual list of new and forthcoming publications by its members in the Annual Newsletter. This year marks a significant transition as we move the publications listing online. With this new system, ETS members can now login and post their new publications online as they are published. The online listing will allow anyone to view the most recent publications by our members, search for publications by subject, and current members will be able to search for publications by author. The five most recent publications will be listed in the right margin of the homepage. (This section will appear once the first new publications have been entered.)

The New Publications page and each of the subject listings is RSS compatible, so whether you want to keep track of all things new or you want to follow a particular subject, just add the feed to your favorite RSS reader and you'll stay up to date with the latest in evangelical scholarship from ETS members. Follow the links on the search page for all the various access options.

New Website Feature: ETS Career Connections

The ETS Career Connections pages are designed to help potential employers and job candidates to connect. Through the Career Connections Candidate Listing service, ETS members who are seeking academic employment will be able to post basic contact, education, and speciality information. Candidates will also be able to post a PDF of their CV materials so that interested employers will be able to see their credentials in more detail.

Through the Career Connections Opportunity Listing service, institutions will be able to post new job listings. With space for detailed position descriptions and contact information, institutions will be able to advertise clearly their open positions to evangelical scholars around the world.

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