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CFP: SBL Hebrew Bible and Philosophy CFP is open!

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The Hebrew Bible and Philosophy unit will be hosting two sessions at the Atlanta SBL meeting:

1) Our first session will consist of invited papers responding to the Jaco Gericke’s central idea found in The Hebrew Bible and Philosophy of Religion: ¬†Philosophical criticism as a form of biblical criticism. Those invited speakers include:

1. Jaco Gericke (North-West University, South Africa)
2. Oliver Crisp (Fuller Theological Seminary)
3. Mark Sneed (Lubbock Christian University)
4. Eleonore Stump (St. Louis University)
2) The second session is an open call for papers that propose to examine specific biblical texts or the Hebrew Bible as a whole for philosophical content:
The Hebrew Bible and Philosophy unit will be hosting two sessions: 1) invited papers from scholars of bible, theology, and philosophy examining the basis for philosophical criticism of Hebrew Bible, and 2) an open call for papers that propose to examine specific biblical texts or the Hebrew Bible as a whole for philosophical content. Preference will be given to proposals that consider neglected philosophical sub-disciplines in Hebrew Bible scholarship (e.g., metaphysics, logic/rationality, epistemology, philosophy of religion).

Go HERE to submit a proposal for the conference.

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