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The 2020 National Annual Conference and Meetings

Support the EPS to expand its reach, support its members, and be a credible presence of Christ-shaped philosophical interests in the academy and into the wider culture! 
 
The 2020 national annual conference of the Evangelical Philosophical Society will be held November 16-20 (Monday-Friday) in conjunction with the Evangelical Theological Society (ETS), which has chosen to make the conference virtual via pre-recorded presentations and live Q&A sessions (more from the ETS is at their F&Q page).
 
Schedule: Enjoy the current virtual schedule (for EPS and ETS sessions). Individual pre-recorded presentations will be available starting November 9th (access to pre-recorded content will be available when you register for the conference). All live sessions will be in the Eastern Time Zone. In addition to live Q&A around dozens of stimulating papers, enjoy several live panel discussions on wide-ranging topics related to philosophical theology, ethics, Islam, philosophical anthropology, and so much more!
 
EPS Plenary: The EPS is pleased to welcome Wake Forest University's Christian Miller for a live interview on his book, The Character Gap. EPS President, Mike Austin, will be interviewing Miller on Friday, November 20th, 11:45 AM to 12:35 PM (EST).
 
Prepare for November
  • Please sign-up/renew for EPS or ETS annual membership. EPS membership includes a print subscription to Philosophia Christi. You must be a current member to register for the EPS conference.
  • All presenters and participants must register for the conference via the ETS website. If you need assistance or have questions about conference registration, please email meeting@etsjets.org.

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