I haven’t posted much lately, and I won’t be doing so for a little while longer. I’m preparing a paper called “Theo Ethical Equilibrium?” for presentation at the annual conference of the Evangelical Theological Society next week in Washington DC.
The theme of the conference is “Christians in the Public Square,” and since my recently completed PhD thesis was on the subject of religion in the public square, it caught my eye. It’s the biggest conference I’ve spoken at thus far, so I’m looking forward to it. Right now I’m trying to cut the paper down to size) as in theory I’m supposed to be able to present the whole thing in just 30 minutes) and making last minute arrangements (like airport shuttles etc).
So on Tuesday the 14th of November I get on the plane, and return in six days. I’ll have more to say then, and before too long I imagine I’ll be putting a version of the paper online.
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