Videos are now available of the presentations.
The Academy for Temple Studies is pleased to announce its next conference. It is “Passion and Passover: Jesus and the Temple.” We are thrilled that four eminent biblical scholars will be speaking: James Charlesworth, Dan Bahat, Gary Rendsburg, and George Zervos (you may read their bios here). We will hold nearly identical sessions at two locations:
- Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, Monday, March 30, 2015. Click here for more details about this session including schedule, lunch, parking, and directions. Here is a map for parking and directions.
- Utah State University in Logan, Utah, Tuesday, March 31, 2015. Click here for more details about this session including schedule, lunch, parking, and directions. Here is a map for parking and directions.
We’ll hear about devotion and worship in the Temple that Jesus knew, the Psalms as Temple hymns, and much more. To get the most out of your attendance at the conference, we recommend reading the book Jesus and the Temple: Textual and Archaeological Explorations, available at Amazon and elsewhere.
Both sessions are free to attend, but you must still register.
The conference will be filmed, and videos of the presentations will be made available online in the weeks following the conference.
We invite you to celebrate Passion Week and Easter with us by learning more about Jesus and the Temple.
I have been accessing the link above to register…however I am not able to advance beyond the first screen…what is the problem?
We just checked the registration, and it seems to be working fine for us. You might try it again, or from a different computer.
Do you have a date for next year’s conference. I live in Maryland and would like to come for one if you have another and wanted to book a flight early enough that it can be inexpensive.
There is no date yet for next year’s conference. As soon as those plans are available there will be an announcement on this website. You may subscribe to email updates to get word of the announcements sent directly to your email inbox.