2016 Society of Vineyard Scholars Annual Conference: “Hospitality, Holiness, and the Kingdom of God” April 21-23, 2016 Raleigh, North Carolina, USA The seventh annual Society of Vineyard Scholars Conference will be held April 21-23, 2016, in Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. The theme of the conference is “Hospitality, Holiness, and the Kingdom of God“. The conference will be hosted by the Raleigh […]
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We are so pleased to be able to share with you a near-final draft of the Conference Program for the 2016 Society of Vineyard Scholars conference, to be held April 21-23, 2015 at the Raleigh Vineyard in Raleigh, NC. This year’s conference — our seventh in as many years! — is shaping up to the be the biggest […]
We are thrilled to announce that registration for the Seventh Annual Society of Vineyard Scholars Conference, “Hospitality, Holiness, and the Kingdom of God,” to be held in Raleigh, NC, April 21-23, 2016, is now open! Register today for the 2016 Society of Vineyard Scholars conference at http://svs2016.eventbrite.com. “Early Bird” registration rates of $50 are available for SVS members until […]
The theme of the Seventh Annual Society of Vineyard Scholars conference is “Hospitality, Holiness, and the Kingdom of God.” The broad, interdisciplinary conversations at the SVS 2016 conference will focus around scholarly reflection on the following themes: Hospitality, Holiness, and the Kingdom of God: Bridging Theory and Practice Hospitality and Multiethnicity in the Kingdom of […]
The Society of Vineyard Scholars is now soliciting papers for its Seventh Annual Conference, “Hospitality, Holiness, and the Kingdom of God,” to be held on April 21-23, 2016 at the Raleigh Vineyard in Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. All who like to think theologically about their area of scholarly interest are encouraged to submit a paper to be considered for presentation. The Program Committee has […]
I think I could sit at a table talking about the Holy Spirit with Dr. Jack Levison for hours. The way that he thinks and writes is ever engaging and many of the questions and concerns he poses go on to raise countless hours of reflection. Those of you who are into pneumatology will likely know of Inspired: The […]
Historical biographies are important for the health and development of individuals and ecclesial communities. While it may be true that those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it, as George Santayana is famous for saying, I’d like to think that a powerful reason to read historical biographies is because we can learn tremendous […]
This year, every session from the Annual Conference has a dedicated section within the SVS Forum. You should check this out for two reasons. First, this is a great place to ask the presenters the questions that you didn’t get to ask during the conference itself. Session ran out of time? You thought of a good point after […]
One month from now, the Sixth Annual SVS conference, “Thinking With The Church, Thinking With The Vineyard” will be happening at Blue Route Vineyard in Media, PA. If you have not yet registered, there are still tickets available. Register today at http://svs2015.eventbrite.com This conference will be a fabulous feast for mind and heart. There are […]
Daniel Heck has been working on this fascinating and provocative paper, “Canon, Attribution and Texts of Terror,” for presentation at SVS 2015. With the goal of “thinking with the Vineyard,” this paper explores challenging questions regarding the nature of Scripture and its inspiration by testing against some of the most difficult texts in the Bible. Enjoy reading, and then join in the discussion!
Registration is now open at http://svs2015.eventbrite.com for the Sixth Annual Society of Vineyard Scholars Conference, to be held in Media, Pennsylvania — fifteen minutes from Philadelphia International Airport. The theme of this year’s conference is “Thinking With the Church, Thinking With The Vineyard.” It will be largely focused around scholarly and pastoral reflection on four applications of Vineyard […]
A few weeks ago, I met a young man at Pascal’s Coffee for a chat. He told me he’d been in a bit of a crisis of faith and had some questions about the Bible. We sat down and he immediately produced a printed paper containing a list of ‘contradictions’ in the Bible as well […]