Lane Tipton, Austin 2016

Covenant and Nature: Paul’s Eschatology of the Natural in 1 Corinthians 15:45

Dr. Lane G. Tipton delivers the first plenary address from our Austin Theology Conference at Pflugerville, Texas on April 30, 2016. The theme of our conference was God’s Word in Our World: Nature, Grace and the Foundation of Divine Revelation. Download
Austin Theology Conference panel discussion

2016 Austin Theology Conference Audio

Download the audio from our 2016 Austin Theology Conference held April 30, 2016 at Providence OPC in Pflugerville, Texas. The theme of our conference was God’s Word in Our World: Nature, Grace and the Foundation of Divine Revelation.

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