The Christian Doctrine Study Group will meet from Wednesday 5 July – Friday 7 July 2023, at High Leigh Conference Centre, Lord Street, Hoddesdon, Herts EN11 8SG, continuing our focussed on the topic: ‘Who is Jesus Christ today?’
Several recent explorations into Christology have been conducted over the last years in relationship to a doctrine of creation, contemporary science, conceived among different academic disciplines, and with ongoing questions of relevance to contemporary theology. The 2023 Christian Doctrine Study Group wishes to host a selection of papers and presentations from current perspectives, developing understandings in biblical studies (OT/NT), history (antiquity, medieval, modern), and from a range of academic disciplines (including the sciences, the arts, and humanities) and various global geographical regions with diverse concerns (cultural, political, economic, missiological, etc.) for addressing the question, ‘Who is Jesus Christ today?’
Our inquiry is a development extending from papers presented and conversations held during the 2022 study group meeting, with special interest in relevance for ancient and contemporary Christological doctrine, including but not limited to a historical account of Nicene Christology, Christology after Barth, and Christology in the contemporary moment.
For consideration of inclusion into this year’s program, please send an abstract of 250 words, including name, title, and institutional affiliation to firstname.lastname@example.org and TANoble@nts.edu by 23 December 2022. Papers will be selected for presentation by 10 January 2022.