2022 Plenary Speakers

2022 ETS Annual Meeting


Plenary Speakers

John N. Oswalt
Visiting Distinguished Professor of Old Testament
Asbury Theological Seminary
Holliness: The Goal of Human Life

Dr. John N. Oswalt is Visiting Distinguished Professor of Old Testament at Asbury Theological Seminary, in Wilmore, Kentucky. He has had a varied career, having served on the faculties of Barrington College, Asbury Theological Seminary, Wesley Biblical Seminary, and Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. In addition, he served a term as President of Asbury University in Wilmore, Kentucky. He has written or edited sixteen books, the most notable of which is his two-volume commentary on the book of Isaiah in the NICOT series. He speaks widely at camps, conferences, and churches. He and his wife Karen have three children and five grandchildren.

Michael A.G. Haykin
The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
“War with the hydra of Antinomianism”: The Baptist Tradition and the Pursuit of Holiness in the Long Eighteenth Century

Born in England of Irish and Kurdish parents, Dr. Michael A. G. Haykin is Professor of Church History at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky, and the Executive Director of The Andrew Fuller Center for Baptist Studies. He also serves as Professor of Church History on the core faculty of Heritage Theological Seminary, Cambridge, Ontario. Dr. Haykin is the author of a number of books dealing with Patristic and Baptist studies and is also the general editor of a 16-volume edition of the works of Andrew Fuller (Walter de Gruyter). He and his wife Alison have their home in Dundas, Ontario.

Han-luen Kantzer Komline
Western Theological Seminary (Holland, Michigan, USA)
Holiness and the Christian Life: An Augustinian Perspective

Han-luen Kantzer Komline is Associate Professor of Church History and Theology at Western Theological Seminary in Holland, Michigan, USA, and the author of Augustine on the Will: A Theological Account (Oxford University Press, 2020). Her research focuses on early Christian theology, especially the thought of Augustine, and has been supported by fellowships from the Fulbright Commission, the Louisville Institute, the Augustinian Institute at Villanova, and the Humboldt Foundation. She enjoys writing for both scholarly and popular venues, from Studia Patristica to Christianity Today, and serves as co-editor of the International Journal of Systematic Theology.