The “Day of Exegetical Reflection” at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, Mo. (Sept. 17, 2012) presents an opportunity to reflect on the unified message of the canonical Scriptures. This year the focus is on how Christ is portrayed in the Old Testament. CPH editor Dr. Christopher Mitchell will be at the conference, and looks forward to meeting you. Contact him at christopher.mitchell@cph.org if you’d like to schedule a meeting.

CPH authors presenting research papers at the conference include:

  • Dr. Charles Gieschen, author of the upcoming Concordia Commentary on 1 & 2 Thessalonians, will present “The Image of the Invisible God: The Role of the Son in the Revelation of YHWH.”
  • Dr. David Adams, author of the upcoming Concordia Commentary on Genesis, will present “Christ in the Old Testament: The Problem of Method(s).”
  • Dr. Paul Raabe, author of the upcoming Concordia Commentary on Isaiah 13–23, will present “Christ and the Nations: On Isaiah’s Gentile Oracles.”
  • Dr. Jeffrey Gibbs, author of the Concordia Commentaries on Matthew, will present “The End of the Story (not the Law): Christ’s Fulfillment of the OT in Matthew.”

For more information, see the conference website.