Are You a Young Calvin Scholar?Posted: June 3, 2009 Filed under: Calvin 500 Leave a comment
Part of The Calvin500 Tribute Conference in Geneva during July (schedule posted here), will feature an afternoon session devoted to papers presented by Young Calvin Scholars. To present a summary of a paper at the Geneva Conference on July 8, 2009 in the afternoon, the paper (5,000-7,500 words) must meet the following qualifications:
- Must be submitted electronically in English to David Hall
- Must be submitted by June 12, 2009
- Must be in MS Word format
- Must be an original work by a registered participant that is attending the conference already
- Must be under 45 years of age
- Must have at least a Masters degree in related studies (M.S., M.A., M.A.R., M.T.S., M.Div., Th.M.)
- Must focus on some topic addressed by John Calvin, using Calvin as a primary source
Prizes will be awarded, and recognition will be given in the published volume of Proceedings from the conference. Prizes are as follows:
- First Prize $300
- Second Prize $150
- Third Prize $100
Professors, advisors, and participants are asked to spread the word and encourage some of our best young Calvin scholars to attend and present their work.
Since I reach all of the following, I decided to give it a shot. Below is a link of the paper that a friend and I wrote. I’ll be sure to write a post here in the next month letting you know if I made it or not. I’m hoping for the best, but you can read and see for yourself if I have a shot.
Calvin’s Practical View of Adoption: Its Privileges and Duties