2019 ETS Septuagint Studies Sessions

Not too long ago I mentioned the fact that the Septuagint Studies section that I help co-chair (with John Meade) at ETS was accepting paper proposals from the general call. You can read more about the history of our section — which began as a trial meeting back in 2015 — right here. Part of the great thing about being a section, aside from having a six-year time frame to work with, is that we get an invited session and an open session. So it’s double the fun.

Today, I’m pleased to share the details of both sessions for this year’s conference. We will meet in the afternoon slots on both Wednesday and Thursday.

The Invited Session

11/21/2019
3:00 PM-6:10 PM
Grand Hyatt — Solana Beach B

Septuagint Studies

Moderator
John Meade
Phoenix Seminary

3:00 PM—3:40 PM
Mike Aubrey*
SIL International
Translation and Grammatical Analysis: Using the Septuagint for Understanding Greek Grammar

3:50 PM—4:30 PM
Robert J. V. Hiebert*
Trinity Western University
Translation Hermeneutics in Septuagint Genesis

4:40 PM—5:20 PM
Matthew Albanese
University of Oxford
Of Septuagint Animals and Paradox

5:30 PM—6:10 PM
Phillip Marshall
Houston Baptist University
Observations on the Translation Style of OG Ecclesiastes

The Open Session

11/20/2019
2:00 PM-5:10 PM
Grand Hyatt — Gaslamp D

Septuagint Studies

Moderator
William Ross
Reformed Theological Seminary (Charlotte)

2:00 PM—2:40 PM
Aaron W. White
First Presbyterian Church, South Charleston, Ohio
More Than A Counselor: A Possible Origin of the Longer Reading in Codex Alexadrinus Is 9:5b

2:50 PM—3:30 PM
Darlene M. Seal
McMaster Divinity College
Prophetic Dialogue: Shepherd Allusions in Old Greek Zech 9–14 and Their Role in the Discourse

3:40 PM—4:20 PM
August H Konkel
McMaster Divinity College
Septuagint Text Criticism to Show Theological Development and New Testament Interpretation

4:30 PM—5:10 PM
Daniel Joosuk Kim
Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
The Function of Δὲ in LXX Ruth

I’m looking forward to hearing these presentations, and catching up with old friends, not too many months from now.

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