The Southeast region of the Evangelical Theological Society is dedicating its March 17-18 meeting to Work, Vocation and Human Flourishing in the Christian Tradition. The meeting will take place on the campus of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, an ON partner school.
A plenary address will be delivered by Gene Edward Veith, provost emeritus and professor of literature emeritus at Patrick Henry College. Veith is the author of 20 books on vocation, culture and flourishing, including the seminal God at Work as well as Family Vocation, Imagination Redeemed and his recent Working for Our Neighbor. He blogs on Christianity, Vocation and Culture at Cranach.
ETS members may propose papers and sessions at the meeting by Dec. 31. Students may also submit paper proposals for the meeting, and enter their papers in a student paper contest. For more information or to register, consult the meeting web page.