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The Theological Fellowship at Covenant Seminary – Call for Papers
By Covenant Seminary on Wednesday, November 14th, 2012
Posted In: News, Students

The second annual Theology Conference will be hosted January 22, 2013, in which students will be presenting work they have done. Accepted papers will appear in the Theological Fellowship's journal, The Bantam Review.

Submit a paper for our upcoming conference by December 1st by emailing it to Daniel Robbins or Philip Ryan. This is a great opportunity to present your work in a forum which provides feedback and honing of your scholarly and presentation skills. We will accept papers in OT, NT, Systematic Theology, Historical Theology, Ethics and other inter-disciplinary approaches. We will not accept annotated translations or exegetical notebooks.

Papers for presentation will be selected by January 1.

Class Notes
[MATS] - 
Randy Rhea

After ten years as an assistant pastor of Grace Evangelical, Germantown, TN, Randy Rhea (MATS ’98) planted Trinity Presbyterian Church, Corinth, MS. This past January, Randy and his wife moved to Madison, MS where Randy is serving as the assistant pastor of Madison Heights Presbyterian. Randy and his wife Sheri have two children, Emily (12) and Walker (9).

[MDiv] - 
Michael Hall

Congratulations to Michael Hall (MDiv '00) on becoming Pastor to Students at Trinity Presbyterian Church, Charlottesville, VA. Michael has served as Pastor of Student Ministries at Kirk of the Hills, St. Louis, MO for the past seven years. Michael and his wife Kirby Hall MATS '99) have three children, McKenzie (10), Carter (9), and John Thomas (7).

[DMin] - 
Jame Hahs

After 11 years as pastor of Nameoki United Methodist Church in Granite City, Jame Hahs (DMin ‘ 06) was appointed to the position of Directing Pastor of Main Street United Methodist Church in Alton, IL. He is now entering his fourth year in that position. Jame and his wife Donna live in Alton, IL.

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