I will be one of several speakers at the Evangelical Philosophical Society's 9th annual Apologetics Conference: "Set Forth Your Case: Equipping Christians for Discipleship and Evangelism." It will be held at Johnson Ferry Baptist Church in Marietta, Georgia. The keynote speakers include William Lane Craig, Gary R. Habermas, and Alvin Plantinga. You can find a list of all the sessions and speakers here. In my session I will be lecturing on "Natural Rights and the New Atheism." Speakers in the other sessions include Craig Evans, Paul Copan, Gregory P. Koukl, Craig Blomberg, Mary Jo Sharp, and Matthew Flannagan. You can find the entire line-up of instructors here.
It's a conference worth attending.
As I mentioned in an earlier post, I will be in Atlanta earlier that week for the Evangelical Theological Society's 62nd annual conference, at which I will be delivering two papers. One is a paper I was invited to deliver to the ETS's bioethics study group. And the second is a paper that was accepted for presentation at the annual meeting of the Evangelical Philosophical Society (EPS), a group of which I am a member. The annual EPS meeting is part of the annual ETS meeting. You can read about both papers here.