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CURRENT PARTICIPANT ORGANIZATIONS:

1- HILLSDALE COLLEGE with DR. RICHARD GAMBLE
2- MESSIAH COLLEGE with DR. MEG RAMEY
3- METHODIST CHURCH with DR. BEN WITHERINGTON

LECTURERS: 

Ben Witherington III, Ph.D.
Amos Professor of New Testament for Doctoral Studies, Asbury Theological Seminary; Doctoral Faculty St. Mary’s College, St. Andrews University

Mark Wilson, D. Litt. et Phil.
Mark Wilson is the director of the Asia Minor Research Center in Antalya, Turkey, and he is currently Visiting Professor of Early Christianity at Regent University and leads field studies in Turkey for several universities and seminaries.

Mark R. Fairchild, Ph.D., Luke J.
Peters Professor of Biblical Studies Chair, Dept. Bible & Religion Huntington University

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2011 PROGRAM:

8:00 PM Introduction - Sema, Tutku Tours Greeting and Speaker Introductions - Mark Fairchild, Huntington University

First Paper - Mark Wilson, Asia Minor Research Center "Roman Provinces in Asia Minor: How Historical Geography Can Help Us Make Sense of the Biblical Text."

Second Paper - Linford Stutzman, Eastern Mennonite University "Sailing Acts with Paul on the Mediterranean Sea"

Third Paper - Ben Witherington, Asbury Seminary "The Gobeckli Tepe Temple and the Nature of Humanity--- Are we Inherently Religious?" Concluding Prayer


2009


The Ephesus Meeting is especially for North American University, College, and Seminary groups, and is the largest biblical event of this kind in Turkey today.

This is a great opportunity to visit the Seven Churches of the Revelation, sites visited by Paul and other
biblical sites mentioned in both Old and New Testaments.


Program Chair, Prof. Mark Fairchild, Huntington University
Lectures by, Dr. Ben Witherington, III, Asbury Theological Seminary
Dr. Mark Wilson, D.Litt.et Phil., Adjunct Professor of New Testament, Regent University

Click here for more details about The Ephesus Meeting
 

INTRODUCTION FILMS OF EPHESUS MEETING 2005 

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INTRODUCTION FILMS OF EPHESUS MEETING 2008 

(5.9 MB) (44 MB)