Evangelical Theological Society Midwest Regional Meeting 2020

When: 2020-03-27 - 2020-03-28
Where: Grand Rapids Theological Seminary, 3000 Leonard St NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49525

The 65th Midwest Regional Meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society will take place at Grand Rapids Theological Seminary on March 27 and 28. The hosting chairman for this year's conference is Michael Wittmer, professor of systematic theology at GRTS.

"What I've Learned: Distinguished Scholars Share Their Stories"

Distinguished scholars George Marsden, Millard Erickson, David Turner (banquet speaker) and Richard Muller will reflect on their careers and pass on what they most want the next generation to know.

Besides these plenary speakers, there will be numerous breakout sessions by professors and scholars presenting their latest research on biblical, theological and ministry topics. Evangelical publishers will be present to sell their newest books at discounted prices, and theologians, pastors and students can network with peers and reconnect with old friends and make new ones.

Speaker Biographies

George Marsden

George Marsden is professor emeritus of history at the University of Notre Dame. His notable books include "Jonathan Edwards: A Life," "Understanding Fundamentalism and Evangelicalism" and "The Outrageous Idea of Christian Scholarship."

Millard Erickson

Millard Erickson is an independent scholar after a lifetime of teaching theology, primarily at Bethel University. His notable books include "Christian Theology," Reclaiming the Center" and "What Does God Know and When Does He Know It?"

David Turner

David Turner is professor emeritus of New Testament at Grand Rapids Theological Seminary. His notable books include "Matthew" (Baker Exegetical Commentary), "Israel's Last Prophet" and "Interpreting the Gospels and Acts."

Richard Muller

Richard Muller is professor emeritus of historical theology at Calvin Theological Seminary. His notable books include "Post-Reformation Reformed Dogmatics: the Rise and Development of Reformed Theology, ca. 1520-ca.1725" (4 volumes), "The Unaccommodated Calvin" and "Divine Will and Human Choice: Freedom, Contingency, and Necessity in Early Modern Reformed Thought."

Registration and Lodging

Early registration pricing is available through March 12, 2020. Save $10 per ticket! Processing fees will be applied to online orders. If you would prefer to register through the mail, you can submit a mail-in registration.

Guests are responsible for reserving their own lodging. There are many hotels near Cornerstone University. The closest option is Country Inn & Suites, located less than a mile from campus. Other nearby options near 28th Street include Hilton Garden Inn Grand Rapids East (5 miles away), Drury Inn & Suites Grand Rapids (7 miles away) and many more!

Early Registration (through March 12, 2020)

  • Associate Member: $27.50
  • Student Member: $11
  • Additional (Non-Member): $11 | You must purchase an Associate Member ticket to access these tickets. The number of non-member tickets cannot exceed the number of Associate Member tickets in an order.
  • Banquet Add-On: $15

Buy Tickets

Registration (on and after March 13, 2020)

  • Associate Member: $37.50
  • Student Member: $21
  • Additional (Non-Member): $21 | You must purchase an Associate Member ticket to access these tickets. The number of non-member tickets cannot exceed the number of Associate Member tickets in an order.
  • Banquet Add-On: $15