Consistent with the theme of the 2020 Tyndale Fellowship conference, Doing Theology in a World on the Move - Migration, Borders, and Citizenship, the Christian Doctrine Study Group wishes to invite short (200-300 word) paper proposals for our annual meeting.
We seek paper proposals on migration, borders, and citizenship as it relates to the following:
Theology of Church and State
Historic views on migration, borders, citizenship, from Reformed traditions (Calvin, Knox, Kuyper, Bavinck), Baptist/Anabaptist traditions (Menno Simons to Yoder),
Christian views of Nationalism and patriotism
Economics and poverty relief
The justification of the nation state
Christian Theology, the Enlightenment, and democratic theory
International Relations and Eschatology
The influence of millennialism on evangelical attitudes of social justice and approaches to social action
Contemporary forms of border penality
Other constructive approaches to migration, borders, and citizenship, including those from postcolonial perspectives, critical and constructive approached to the refugee crises and transnational issues.
Please send paper proposals to firstname.lastname@example.org by 31 January. Successful proposals will be decided on and participants notified by 14 February.