Jonathan Edwards in Europe: A Public Conference
May 8-9, 2007
Karoli Gaspar University
The conference, “Jonathan Edwards in Europe,” is meant to advance the important and distinctive work being done on Jonathan Edwards by European scholars. This meeting will bring European and American Edwards scholars to discuss their theses and interpretations in a common context. Presentations and discussions will provide opportunities for scholars, clergy, and members of the general public to interact and to learn about Edwards, his life, times, and legacy, in American, transatlantic, and global contexts.
The conference is open to the public, sponsored by the Jonathan Edwards Center at Yale University and hosted by Bishop Istvan Szabo of the Dunamellék District in the Reformed Church of Hungary and Professor of Systematic Theology at the Reformed Theological Academy, Pápa, Hungary.
There will be eight papers given by leading Jonathan Edwards scholars, each followed by a noted respondent and then open discussion from the audience.
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