The early registration period for the 2024 Teleios Conference will end this coming Monday, January 22nd. If you are planning to attend the conference in person, don’t miss your window of opportunity! Beginning Tuesday, January 23rd, the registration fee will increase by $25.
Please note that this year your registration includes both in-person and online attendance options. You can choose to attend in San Antonio, join us online, or attend using a combination of the two! Post-conference, your ticket will also include access to the digital pass, which will include recordings of all plenaries and breakouts.
About this year’s conference:
The 2024 Teleios Society Conference will take place February 22-24, at Oblate School of Theology in San Antonio, TX. You can view our full conference schedule, hotel recommendations, and other FAQ’s at our website: https://teleiosconference.com
This year, the theme is “Spirituality and Scripture: An Interdisciplinary Conversation.” The 2024 Teleios Conference will explore the critical symbiotic relationship between the Word of God and the way we live and orient our lives in response to it. In a world that often treats the text as something to be studied, it is easy to read but not hear or read but not see what God intends for his people. Join us as we explore the spiritual reading of the text in ways that are meant to bring hope and God’s presence into our lives.
What to expect:
We are delighted to welcome a variety of speakers to our hosting venue of the Oblate School of Theology in San Antonio. Our speakers and their class titles include:
- Dr. Amy Peeler, Wheaton College: Contemplating the Scriptures With Mary
- Fr. Ron Rolheiser, Oblate School of Theology: The Fertility of a Text: Mining Biblical Texts for Their Rich, Multiple Levels of Meaning
- Dr. Gary Selby, Milligan University: Meeting God in Scripture: Reading the Bible Honestly and Faithfully
- Dr. Holly Carey, Point University: When Jesus Sees Women: Personal Connection in Christian Spirituality
- Dr. Andy Boakye, University of Manchester: That the Eyes of the Heart Might be Enlightened: Jesus and the Spirituality of Ephesians
- Sr. Anne O’Leary, Oblate School of Theology: “From Broken to Broken Open”: Exploring the Symbolism of the Shattering of the Alabastron in Mark 14:3-9
- Dr. Rodolfo Luna, Oblate School of Theology: “You do not need anyone to teach you” – (1 Jn 2:27b): Word and Spirit in the Johannine Tradition
- Dr. Renata Furst, Oblate School of Theology: “I Will Write my Law in Your Heart”: Reading to Receive the Word of God in Our Hearts
- Dr. Jeff Childers, Abilene Christian University: A Matter of Wonder: Practicing the Postures of Early Christian Readers
Register here: https://teleiosconference.com
We hope you can join us!