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Bethel Seminary Professor Speaks at Evangelical Theological Society

Professor and Director of Online Programs Jeannine Brown presents research on Isaiah's "servant of the Lord" figure.

By Aiyanna Klaphake

November 26, 2019 | 1 p.m.

Professor of New Testament and Director of Online Programs Jeannine Brown spoke at the Evangelical Theological Society's annual meeting this year.

Professor of New Testament and Director of Online Programs Jeannine Brown spoke at the Evangelical Theological Society's annual meeting this year.

Jeannine Brown, New Testament professor and director of online programs for Bethel Seminary, was one of three plenary speakers at this year's Evangelical Theological Society (ETS) annual meeting. As an academic society, ETS connects educators and pastors with students, promotes conservative biblical scholarship, and provides opportunities for biblical experts to share their research. The conference was held November 20-22 in San Diego with the theme "Christ in all Scripture."

Brown has published a variety of books, including Matthew (Two Horizon's New Testament Commentary) and Relational Integration between Psychology and Christian Theology. She boasts over two decades of teaching experience, plus a research emphasis on the Gospels, hermeneutics, and interdisciplinary integration. Her speech titled "Jesus Messiah as Isaiah's Servant of the Lord: New Testament Explorations" discusses interpretations of Isaiah's "servant of the Lord" figure in the first century and how that figure was applied in other New Testament writings to describe Jesus' identity and ministry

Brown's speech was preceded by a presentation from G.K. Beale of Westminster Theological Society and followed by work from Stephen Wellum of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Breakout parallel sessions, a presidential address, and a business meeting completed the conference’s agenda.

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