According to the Gordon website:
The two-day event—which is free and open to the public—will also feature lectures, panel discussions and book signings from 10 other notable authors and academics, including Jon Roberts of Boston University, Karl Giberson of the BioLogos Foundation and Randall Stephens of Eastern Nazarene College. Maura Jane Farrelly, assistant professor of American Studies at Brandeis University, will conduct a public interview with Noll on Thursday evening. David Hempton of Harvard Divinity School will discuss “Minds and Mentalities in the Evangelical Tradition.” And Noll will give a keynote address, “The Evangelical Imperative for Evangelical Intellectual Life,” Friday morning in the A. J. Gordon Memorial Chapel.
I cannot make it to the conference, but if any readers are going and would like to write a report for this blog, please let me know.