Following up on my post with Greek language papers at SBL, here’s a similarly compiled list for ETS. Some of these are from different sessions and actually lover lap with each other, so you’ll need to plan accordingly if you’re interested. MacDiv is certainly representing well this year.
The list of SBL Greek papers I put together can be found here: Greek Linguistics at SBL 2018.
For myself, I won’t be arriving until Wednesday evening, so I will not have the pleasure of enjoying the LXX papers or Chris Land & Francis Pang’s paper on Opentext.org, but I’ll certainly still need dinner that night .
I ended my membership because their rules don’t allow Rick Brannan to give papers.
- Stanley Porter “The Language(s) of John’s Gospel and Revelation: What Do the Similarities and Differences Tell Us?
- Ji Hoe Kim, “Hallidayan Approach to Orality and Textuality and its Implications for Synoptic Gospel Studies
- Martin M. Culy, “Romans 1:16-17: Are We Missing the Point of Romans?”
- Daniel B. Wallace, “Romans 4:1: Syntax and the New Perspective
- Jacob M. Pratt, “Covenant Lawsuit Through the eyes of Matthew: Μαρτύριον and the Rib Pattern in the First Gospel”
- Stanley E. Porter, “Romans 5:1 What a Difference an Ο Can Make”
- Frank Thielman, “Romans 15:7-13: The Goal of the Gospel’
- Christopher D. land and Francis G. H. Pang, “Open Tools for Open Annotation: OpenText.org Resources for Analyzing and Teaching Greek”
- Chris S. Stevens, “The Orthodox Corruption of Prepositions: Grammar, Theology, Or Evangelical Ideology?”
- Patrick Schreiner, “The Meaning of εὐαγγέλιον: Lexical and Tradition-historical Explorations”
- David I. Yoon, “Speech Functions and Speech Acts: An Examination of the Tenor of Galatians 1:6-12”
- Bill Mounce, “Are Literal Translations More Respectful of the Holy Spirit’s Work in Inspiration?”
- 2: 40PM
- Johnathan F. harris, “A Promising Future: The Eschatological Third View as Way forward in the Πίστις Χριστοῦ Debate
- Edmon L. Gallagher, “Jerome on the Septuagint as Christian Scripture”
- Gregory R. Lanier and William A. Ross, “How We Produced ‘Septuaginta: A Reader’s Edition’ … and What We Learned”
- Christopher J. Fresch, “The Septuagint and Discourse Grammar”
- Nothin’ that I can see!