San Diego State University, sponsored by the Department of Religious Studies,
is hosting a2-day Symposium on Scripture, Hermeneutics and Language. The event will include scholars from the Islamic, Jewish, and Christian faiths, each presenting papers on their sacred scriptures.
- Linguistic trends in exegeses
- The “written” scripture and the “oral” scripture
- Contemporary trends in hermeneutics
- Intertextuality as a means of exegesis
- Counter-extremist interpretive approaches against Al-Qaeda and other extremist organizations
- General Exegetical Approaches in prophet and wisdom religions.
Several of the faculty from Southern California Seminary.are scheduled to present papers.
Jesus the Prophet of Peace: The Language of Peace in the Christian Scripture – Joe Miller, M.Div, DMin, Dean, Online Learning, Professor of Applied Theology and Leadership
The Genesis Account as Early Biblical Model for Biblical Interpretation – Christopher Cone, Th.D, Ph.D, Ph.D, CAO / Research Professor of Bible and Theology SCS
Authorial Intentionality as Determinative for Meaning in Texts – Gino Pasquariello, M.A., Ed.D, VP, Student Services and Professor, SCS
The Unparalleled Reliability of the Hebrew Bible and Greek New Testament – James Fazio Th.M, DMin (Candidate), Dean School of Bible and Theology, SCS
Considering Pagan Influence and War in the Bible – Sohrab Ramtin, Th.M, DMin (Candidate), Adjunct Professor, SCS
To obtain further info, please contact Professor Khaleel Mohammed, Dept. of Religious Studies, San Diego State University, San Diego, CA at firstname.lastname@example.org or Ms. al-Angari in Saudi Arabia via telephone at: 966 536525944.