I am heading back to Chicago this weekend to join my co-editors for a special symposium on the subject of our new book Confessing History: Explorations in Christian Faith and the Historian’s Vocation.
If you are anywhere near the North Shore and can make it over to the campus of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School you are invited to attend. Here is the information on the symposium:
“Confessing History: A Presentation in Honor of John D. Woodbridge”
Monday, January 24, 4:00-5:30 p.m.
Welcome: Dr. Scott Manetsch, TEDS
Introductions: Dr. Bradley Gundlach, Trinity College
Presentations: Dr. Jay Green, Covenant College; Dr. Eric Miller, Geneva College; Dr. John Fea, Messiah College.
Discussion: Dr. Douglass Sweeney, TEDS
Please join us as we welcome three alumni back to campus and celebrate a book they have co-edited and dedicated to Trinity’s Dr.Woodbridge, their former teacher, advisor, and friend. The book, Confessing History: Explorations in Christian Faith and the Historian’s Vocation, was recently published by the University of Notre Dame Press. It features chapters by Trinity profs Dr. Gundlach and Dr. Sweeney and will be available for purchase (at a discount) at the symposium.
Paul Harvey says
John: Good luck on your travels this time! Check the Wall Street Journal today, has a great piece on how to deal with unexpected travel layovers, how to get the most from the airline, how airports are dealing with increasing number of people stuck there overnight, etc. — probably it's available free at wsj.com.
John Fea says
Thanks, Paul! I will check this out.