Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Conference Announcement

This year's theology conference at Wheaton looks like an opportunity that is too good to pass up. N.T. Wright is one of the most important and interesting theologians in today's church. It will be held on the Wheaton campus from April 16-17. Wright will be giving the keynote addresses each evening, as well as speaking at the chapel and participating in a panel discussion. Other notable guests include Richard Hays, Markus Bockmuehl, and Kevin Vanhoozer.

The conference isn't cheap, $75 for students and $105 for the general public, but if you're really into studying theology it's a fantastic opportunity to hear some of the great theologians (and hang out with your favorite blogger).


  1. In light of the $300-400 registration fees that are typical for more popular conferences like church growth and church planting, I'd say even $105 is a steal for an event of this caliber.

  2. And it was worth every penny!

    You can watch/listen to the talks here if you're interested: http://www.wheaton.edu/wetn/lectures-theology10.htm