Workshop on Biblical Exposition
JUNE 6-8, 2018
Paul House is Associate Dean and Professor of Divinity at Beeson Divinity School in Birmingham, Alabama. He earned a BA from Southwest Baptist University, an MA from the University of Missouri-Columbia and both an MDiv and a PhD from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. A noted Biblical scholar and Old Testament theologian, he has authored numerous books, including Old Testament SurveyOld Testament Theology and the Word Biblical Commentary on Lamentations.

Paul House

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Second Reformed Presbyterian Church
4800 North Michigan Road
Indianapolis, IN 46228
(317) 255-7557

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Registration must be completed by June 1, 2018.


8:15am-4:30pm, Wednesday
8:15am-4:30pm, Thursday
8:15am-12:30pm, Friday

Quality Inn and Suites (5.8mi)
Baymont Inn and Suites (7mi)

$139 USD before May 25
$159 USD after May 25
Cost includes lunch and
refreshment breaks each day
($25 nonrefundable deposit)
Mervyn Eloff is the Rector of St James Church, Kenilworth. Mervyn did his undergraduate studies at the Free State University and the Bible Institute of South Africa and before earning a DTh from the University of Stellenbosch. He was on staff at St Helen’s Church, Bishopsgate in London for three years where he worked with Dick Lucas. Mervyn also served as Rector of St Paul’s Church in Stellenbosch and then as a lecturer and as vice-Principal of George Whitefield Theological College in Cape Town. He has contributed to Built upon the Rock: Studies in Matthew’s Gospel (Eerdmans), The Proclamation Bible<, and he authored Teaching 1,2,3 John (PT Resources – Christian Focus). His doctoral thesis was titled From the Exile to the Christ: Exile, Restoration and the Theology of Matthew's Gospel.

Mervyn Eloff 
James Faris serves as lead pastor at Second Reformed Presbyterian Church in Indianapolis, Indiana. He earned a BS from Purdue University and an MDiv from the Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary. James serves on his denomination's global missions board, and as his presbytery's coordinator of theological training. He also contributes as a regular author to the blog Gentle Reformation. James Faris