The Evangelical Theological Society is a professional academic society of biblical and theological scholars, pastors, and students. We serve Jesus Christ and his church by fostering conservative, biblical scholarship. We seek to accomplish this goal through our Annual Meeting, regional meetings, and publications such as our Journal. Our meetings are open to the public and our publications are available for purchase. Older volumes of the Journal are made available freely through our online archive.

Recent Announcements & News

Society Votes to Increase Dues

At the Annual Meeting in San Diego last month, the Society voted to increase membership dues. It had been 20 years since the last increase. Over the course of the last two decades, the cost of membership related services (journal production, website maintenance, staff, etc.) has increased dramatically. The increases will enable the Society to continue its operations on a solid fiscal footing each year.

The new rates are

  • $50 full members
  • $45 associate members
  • $30 retired members (full or associate)
  • $30 student members

The new rates were effective December 1, 2019.

Call for Papers

Chapters along the lines of the theme of Technology and Theology may be approached interdisciplinarily from the Sciences, Humanities and Social Sciences and from the subdisciplines of computing science, biology, engineering, philosophy, theology, psychology, sociology, history, culture, art and ethics. There is a broad range of possible topics with some overlap. This list is neither exhaustive nor intended to be restrictive: Artificial Intelligence; AI, Consciousness and Soul; AI and Soteriology; AI and Eschatology; Genetics and Theology; Quantum Physics and Theology; AI and Transhumanism in the Movies; AI and Transhumanism on TV; AI and Transhumanism in Literature; Technology and Biblical Studies; Technology and Theology; Technology and the Church; Technology and Ethics; Technology and Education; Technology and Business; Technology and Sexuality; Technology and the Arts; Technology and Law; Technology and Philosophy; Technology and Fetishism; Social Media and Theology; Virtual Religion; Transhumanism and Soteriology; Transhumanism and Eschatology; Technology and Theology in Pop Culture. For guidelines and submissions email bill.anderson@concordia.ab.ca.

The deadline for chapter submissions has been EXTENDED to 31st January 2020.

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