I came in during Leithart’s excellent talk on Leviticus 18, which served as another demonstration of my lack of knowledge on Leviticus. Peter focused primarily on the sexual prohibitions.
Jeff Meyers followed on Luke explaining–among other things–that Reformed people need not have a phobia of the gospels. He argued that catholics typically remain in the gospel narrative, while Reformed prefer Pauline writings. Jeff explained that to understand Paul we need to grasp Luke, since Luke wrote more than Paul in terms of content.
The inimitable Rich Bledsoe spoke on the church as stupid weakness factory. He explained that the Spirit of God works in between churches; reconciling them.
I may have to drive back to Pensacola this evening, but it has been a great conference.