Speaking engagements, classes, & other appearances
Most recent and upcoming at the top.


January 21-22
Old Testament Survey
Lay Academy, Presbytery of West Virginia (PCUSA)

February 1
“How Scripture is Shaped by Culture”
Philadelphia Biblical University

February 9
“Paul, Adam, and Evolution”
Erasmus Lecture
Westmont College

February 10-12
Symposium: The Bible and Law
Pepperdine University

March 3-5
Homeschooling conference
Memphis Cook Convention Center
Memphis, TN

March 17-19
Homeschooling conference
Carolina First Center
Greenville, SC

March 31-April 2
Homeschooling conference
Duke Energy Convention Center
Cincinnati, OH

April 21
“Paul, His Bible, and Why He Reads it the Way He Does”
Nyack College

June 2-4
“Further Thoughts on the Incarnation and the Nature of Scripture”
Center for Philosophy and Religion
Logos Workshop in Philosophical Theology
University of Notre Dame

June 23-25
Homeschooling conference
Valley Forge Convention Center
Philadelphia, PA


December 5 and 12
“Science and Faith”
Adult Sunday School
St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church, Maple Glen, PA

November 16
“The Benefit of Doubt: Coming to Terms with Faith in a Postmodern Era”
Asuza Pacific University

October 25
“The Challenge of Reading the Bible Today: Can the Bible be Read both Critically and Religiously? Jewish, Catholic and Protestant perspectives.”
University of Pennsylvania, Jewish Studies Program

July 7 and 14
“Science and Faith”
First Baptist Church, Lansdale, PA

June 15
“Science and Faith”
Blue Bell Rotary Club

June 9-12
The Summer BioLogos Workshop
Gordon College, Wenham, MA
see here for details

February 21-March 14 (Sundays)
“The Problem of the Old Testament”
Adult Sunday School
St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church, Maple Glen, PA

February 10
“Academic Inquiry and Faith: Problems and Possibilities in the Modern World”
Roanoke College [POSTPONED to April 8]


November 20-23
Society of Biblical Literature
New Orleans

November 10-12
BioLogos Workshop
New York, New York

Fall Semester, Tues. and Thurs.
Princeton Theological Seminary
Course: Accelerated Hebrew Reading

Fall (October 2, Novemeber 6, December 4)
Princeton Theological Seminary
Old Testament Research Colloqium

October 30-31
“Reading the Old Testament the Way Jesus Did”
ACT3 Biblical Theology Forum
Chicago, IL

October 24-25
Emmanuel Baptist Church &
University of Vancouver
Vancouver, British Columbia
General Topic: Reflections on and Implications of Inspiration and Incarnation
Various sessions at the church and a Saturday evening lecture at the University.

October 9-10
“A Look at the Old Testament and Its Problems”
Trinity Presbyterian Church
Rye, NY
(With Tremper Longman III)

October 4
“The Primacy of Scripture”
St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church
Maple Glen, PA

April 7
Eastern University (St. David’s, PA)
“Ancient Near Eastern Texts: Blueprint for Genesis”

Spring Semester, Tues. and Thurs.
Eastern University (St. Davids, PA)
Course: Genesis in Context

Feb. 10-Mar. 19
Biblical Theological Seminary (Hatfield, PA)
Course: Preaching Christ from the Old Testament

Feb. 9
Princeton Theological Seminary Student Fellowship (Princeton, NJ)
“Is the Bible Ever Wrong?”

Jan. 30-31
Center for Transformative Leadership (Minnetonka, MN)
Weekend Seminar: Wisdom

Jan. 12-23
Fuller Theological Seminary (Boulder, CO)
Course: The Writings


Dec. 14
Trinity Presbyterian Church (Rye, NY)

Dec. 5
OT Colloquium, Princeton Theological Seminary
Participating in sessions

Nov. 23
Society for Biblical Literature, (Boston, MA)
God’s Word in Human Words session

Nov. 19
Evangelical Theological Society, (Providence, RI)
Counterpoints Session

Nov. 15
The Eastern PA section of the American Scientific Affiliation will be
having its 10th meeting at Eastern University on Nov. 15, 2008. Dr Peter
Enns and Dr. Edward Davis will be speaking on the sometimes uneasy
relationship that Evangelicals have with Biblical Scholarship (Enns) and
Science (Davis).

THIS EVENT IS NOT FREE, except to students. Others pay $10 at the door.
For more information about the time and location, please contact Mr. Al

Nov. 14
OT Colloquium, Princeton Theological Seminary
participating in sessions

Oct. 22
Is the Bible Ever Wrong? A Conversation with Peter Enns and Steven Chapman
Duke Divinity School

Sept. 16
Genesis and Evangelicals
A free lecture sponsored by The Central Pennsylvania Forum for Religion and Science and the Messiah College Honors Program
Messiah College, Grantham PA