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Monday, July 27, 2015

BYU Corinthians Conference this coming Friday, July 31


















Having visited Corinth last year, I am looking forward to this upcoming conference

"We want to remind you of the conference on Friday, July 31, from 9 to 4, at BYU’s Hinckley Center: “Love Never Fails: The Latter-day Saint Affinity towards 1 Corinthians.”

"Everyone who attends the conference may register for a free copy of our next e-book, Paul’s First Epistle to the Corinthians, by Richard D. Draper and Michael D. Rhodes. The e-book will be available a few days after the conference. Videos of the conference will be available in a couple of months.

"The schedule for the day is:
9:00             John W. Welch, “Visiting the Ruins of Corinth Today”
9:35            Kevin L. Barney, “The Joseph Smith Translation of 1 Corinthians: Towards an Eclectic Approach” 
10:40          Craig L. Blomberg, “A Celestial Commentary on 1 Corinthians”                          
11:30          Avram R. Shannon, “The Term ‘Apostle’: Issues in Using Jewish Sources in New Testament Studies”
1:00            Julie M. Smith, “Portraits of Jesus: Christology in the Gospel of Mark and 1 Corinthians”
1:45            Brock Mason for David L. Paulsen, “Theological Underpinnings of Baptism for the Dead”
2:40            T. Benjamin Spackman, “Christian Accommodation at Corinth”
3:00          Michael D. Rhodes, “Behind the Scenes of this New Commentary”
3:30            Richard D. Draper, “Latter-day Saint Affinities towards 1 Corinthians”
4:00            Conclude"

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