Join scholars and pastors in Princeton May 2-5, 2012 to celebrate Princeton Theological Seminary’s Bicentennial by studying Paul’s Letter to the Romans, 5–8. 

Princeton faculty members have contributed much to the study of Romans. 

J. Christiaan Beker’s Paul the Apostle set the agenda for the resurgence of work on the character of Pauline theology.
Paul Meyer’s essays and commentary on Romans are sought by pastors and scholars.
Charles Hodge’s influential Romans commentary was foundational in later Romans studies.

• Contribute to the study of Romans in our time.
• Study the four chapters of Romans from which most of the lectionary texts for preaching come.
• Hear exegetes and theologians from half a dozen countries.
• Engage in conversation on central themes in Paul’s most influential, compelling, and puzzling letter.
• Worship to begin each day, a reminder that Paul’s letters and our study is all to the glory of God.



Conference Fees

Registration: $50
Banquet (Friday, May 4): $30
Meals: $70
(Wednesday dinner, Thursday breakfast, lunch and dinner, Friday breakfast and lunch, Saturday breakfast and lunch)

Lodging: Contact the Erdman Center at 609.497.7990 for rates and availability

Presenters and Worship Leaders

Presentations will be offered by an outstanding group of international scholars, including:

Presenters


 
barclay

John M.G. Barclay, Durham University  

 
   elliott 

Neil Elliott, Fortress Press

 
  myers 

Ben Myers, Charles Sturt University School of Theology, Sydney  

 
 deBoer  

Martinus C. de Boer, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

 gaventa

 Beverly Roberts Gaventa, Princeton Theological Seminary  

 
    westerholm

Stephen Westerholm, McMaster University 

 
  eastman  

Susan Grove Eastman, Duke University Divinity School  

martyn-rev
 

 J. Louis Martyn, Union Theological Seminary (emeritus)  

ziegler

Philip G. Ziegler, King’s College, University of Aberdeen 

 

Workshop Leaders

 
 
  larue  

Cleophus LaRue, Princeton Theological Seminary

mikoski   

Gordon Mikoski, Princeton Theological Seminary