International Conference on Historic Premillennialism
Historic Premillennialism: A Biblical Alternative to "Left Behind" Eschatology
This conference was graciously underwritten by a friend of the Seminary. It was April 23-25, 2009 on Denver Seminary's campus.
Recordings of the sessions are available in streaming and downloadble (mp3) format below. Just click the appropriate link to listen or download.
A Case for Historic Premillennialism: An Alternative to "Left Behind" Eschatology
By Craig Blomberg and Sung Wook Chung (Baker, 2009)
The Presence of the Future
G.E. Ladd (Eerdmans, 1974)
Dr. Andrew Dearman
Dr. Andy Dearman joined the faculty of Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary in 1982 and served as academic dean from 1997-2003. Professor Dearman has traveled extensively in the Middle East and is an experienced archaeological researcher. He is the author of six books including Jeremiah & Lamentations (NIVAC; Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan, 2002) and Hosea (NICOT; Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, forthcoming.), as well as numerous papers and reviews. Dr. Dearman has also contributed to several scholarly texts, including more than 40 entries in the HarperCollins Bible Dictionary, Revised Edition. He is currently involved in two Bible translation projects. Professor Dearman is past editor of Horizons in Biblical Theology and has served on the editorial board of the Journal of Biblical Literature for the Society of Biblical Literature. Dr. Dearman has earned a number of honors and grants including a discretionary research grant from the Lilly Foundation in 1989. He was the visiting scholar to the University of Erlangen-Nurnberg in 1989-1990 and to the University of Stellenbosch in South Africa (1995, 1998-2000). His teaching interests include biblical languages and Old Testament history, theology, and archeology.
Professor Dearman is an ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and a member of the Presbytery of South Louisiana.