Suzanne Watts Henderson speaks at conference
Assistant Professor of Religion Suzanne Watts Henderson was a featured speaker as Princeton Theological Seminary launched its bicentennial celebration last week with a "Creation, Conflict, and Cosmos: A Conference on Romans 5-8." Henderson's paper entitled "'Christ Died for Us': Substitutionary Atonement or Corporate Christology?" contributed to a conversation of internationally-acclaimed biblical scholars at the conference.
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