Wednesday, February 23, 2011

"Don't Do as the Romans Do": Anti-Assimilation and Old Testament Narrative in Revelation

A public service announcement for sojourners in Southern Saskatchewan:

Luke Johnson will be presenting a paper on Friday as part of this year's Briercrest College and Seminary Bible and Theology Colloquium series. The paper is entitled "'Don't Do as the Romans Do': Anti-Assimilation and Old Testament Narrative in Revelation."

Luke graduated from Briercrest College in 20078 with a BA in Biblical Studies. He is currently pursuing an MA in Theological Studies (New Testament) at Briercrest Seminary, and working as Briercrest's assistant webmaster. (Luke is also the composer of a fantastic Reconstructed Koine Alphabet Song.) Needless to say, I'm looking forward to the paper!

Please join us on Friday, February 25 in room S113 @ 12:30 PM if you can make it out.

Update: Luke has posted a description of the paper and a link to the full text on his blog: νόες σχεδίων.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Interesting topic. It'd be great if you could share a few of the points he makes. I'm curious to see how he approaches this topic.

d. miller said...

Hello Anonymous: Luke has posted a description of the paper and a link to the full text on his blog: νόες σχεδίων.