- Willem van Asselt, Utrecht University, Holland
- Stephen R Holmes, St Mary’s College, University of St Andrews, UK
- Michael S Horton, Westminster Seminary, California, USA
- George Hunsinger, Princeton Theological Seminary, New Jersey, USA
- Kelly Kapic, Covenant College, Georgia, USA
- Suzanne MacDonald, Calvin College, Grand Rapids, USA
- Sebastian Rehnman, Johannelunds Theological Seminary, Sweden
- Alan Spence, United Reformed Church, London, UK
- Carl Trueman, Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia, USA
Presentation titles are not yet available, but speakers are to limit their talks to 25 minutes to leave time for questions. Seems a bit short to me!
Here is the information about the conference from the flier:
An increasing number of scholars from a wide range of disciplines are finding the thought of John Owen to be a fertile field for study.
Nine of them will be presenting papers on his work at Westminster College, home to the original copy of the Westminster Confession.
There will also be opportunity for delegates to offer short papers.
Looks like it will be a solid event. I hope they make the audio and papers available. Additional (albeit very little) information is available at http://johnowentoday.blogspot.com/ or by email at johnowentoday-at-aol.com.
Update 2: Alan Spence, who is heading up the conference, left a comment noting that
the plenary speakers are not limited to twentfy five minutes. This is only for those giving short papers. There is an updated list of these on the John Owen Today website. The plenary papers have an hour and a half allotted to them, discussion included.
For more on Owen, see: