God’s Adversary and Ours

A Brief Theology of the Devil

The 2024 Annie Kinkead Warfield Lectures
Princeton Theological Seminary
March 18–21, 2024
Theron Room, Wright Library

Dr. Philip G. Ziegler
Professor of Christian Dogmatics
University of Aberdeen

Lecture Program: 

Lecture One
Satan—A Motivational Talk
Monday, March 18: 7:00 PM (EST)

Lecture Two
The Devil—A Theological Career
Tuesday, March 19: 4:00 PM (EST)

Lecture Three
Satanic Temptation—Messianic Vocation
Tuesday, March 19: 7:00 PM (EST)

Lecture Four
Diabolical Occupation—Kingdom Deliverance
Wednesday, March 20: 4:00 PM (EST)

Lecture Five
Devilish Lies—Truth’s Gambit
Thursday, March 21: 4:00 PM (EST)

Lecture Six
The Devil in Our Doctrine
Thursday, March 21: 7:00 PM (EST)

Virtual registration is free. Registration is required if attending virtually.

For questions: kaitlyn.dugan@ptsem.edu

Philip G. Ziegler was born and raised in rural south-western Ontario, Canada. After undergraduate studies at the Royal Military College and the University of Toronto, he pursued ministry and theological education at several of the constituent colleges of the Toronto School of Theology, culminating in a Th.D. from Victoria University / University of Toronto. He was ordained to the Order of Ministry of the United Church of Canada in 1996. After holding a Postdoctoral Research Fellowship at Princeton University’s Centre for the Study of Religion in 2001–2, he served for several years as Assistant Professor of Systematic Theology at the Atlantic School of Theology before joining the Divinity department of the University of Aberdeen in 2006, where he is currently Professor of Christian Dogmatics. His published work includes Doing Theology When God is Forgotten: The Theological Achievement of Wolf Kroetke (2007) and Militant Grace: The Apocalyptic Turn and the Future of Theology (2018).

He is married to Helena; together they have three sons.

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