THE REFORMATION
An Ecumenical Retrospective
July 11-13
A Call for Papers & Blog Posts

Co-sponsored by Eighth Day Institute and Newman University’s Gerber Institute for Catholic Studies, the Florovsky Week promotes a “return to the sources for Christian unity.”  In our inaugural year, concentrating on the Reformation, we invite contributions with a focus on (but not limited to) the topics below. And obviously, for those who are familiar with him, any reference to Fr. Georges Florovsky is most welcome!

Scripture (Canon. Exegesis. Authority.)
Justification and Merit
Paul and the New Perspective
The Papacy
Indulgences
Purgatory
The Virgin Mary
The Eucharist
Sacramental Theology
Monasticism
The Saints
Theology
Liturgy
Ecumenism
Patristics

We welcome contributions from instructors, scholars, students, ministers, and artists from all Christian traditions. The presenter should be prepared to speak for 15-20 minutes, followed by 10 minutes of Q and A.

Please send your proposal (max. 300 words) with a short bio (max. 50 words) by May 31, 2018 to Matthew Umbarger at umbargerm@newmanu.edu.

Prospective contributors will be informed as soon as possible, by June 15, 2018 at the latest.

A selection of papers will be included in the publication of the plenary lectures.

We also welcome submissions for publication on Eighth Day Institute's blog. 

Please send submission (700-1500 words) with a short bio (max. 50 words) by June 15, 2018 to Erin Doom at erin@eighthdayinstitute.org.


AND DON'T FORGET TO REGISTER AT LINK BELOW!

Regularly updated information, accepted paper abstracts, and Florovsky texts ​​CAN BE ACCESSED HERE

THE TICKETS

Take advantage of early registration rate & sign up by June 16!

OR

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