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The Society for Post-Supersessionist Theology exists in order to promote research and discussion that advances post-supersessionist thought. The Society understands post-supersessionism as a family of theological perspectives that affirms God’s irrevocable covenant with the Jewish people as a central and coherent part of ecclesial teaching. It seeks to overcome understandings of the New Covenant that entail the abrogation or obsolescence of God’s covenant with the Jewish people, of the Torah as a demarcator of Jewish communal identity, or of the Jewish people themselves. 


The Society welcomes participation from all who seek to advance post-supersessionist theology. It especially seeks to promote perspectives that remain faithful to core Christological convictions; that affirm the ecclesia’s identity as a table fellowship of Jews and Gentiles united in the Messiah; and that engage with Jewish thought and tradition as an expression of ecclesial partnership with the Jewish people as a whole. 


The society welcomes two forms of affiliation: Members and Friends. Anyone may become a member of the society who is in agreement with the society's mission. In addition, anyone may become a friend of the society who supports the society's work of promoting post-supersessionist theology, even if they are not in agreement with all aspects of the mission statement.

If you are interested in joining the society as a Member or Friend, please click here.

 Founding Members

R. Kendall Soulen

Mark Kinzer

David Rudolph

Holly Taylor Coolman

Gerald McDermott

William Abraham

Gary Anderson

Craig Blaising

Jeroen Bol

Ellen Charry

Gavin D'Costa

Tommy Givens

Justin Hardin

Douglas Harink

Stanley Hauerwas

Kevin Hughes

George Hunsinger

Willie Jennings

Craig Keener

Joseph Mangina

Ephraim Radner

Anders Runesson

Katherine Sonderegger

J. Brian Tucker

Pim Valkenberg

Tom Weinandy 

Joel Willitts

Founding Friends

Mark Nanos

Gene Rogers

Save the date for our 2023 annual meeting in San Antonio, Texas!
Trinity in the Old Testament: Toward a Non-Supersessionist Reading

 With presentations from Katherine Sonderegger, Kendall Soulen, and Randi Rashkover

Friday, November 17 at 1:00 pm 
Location: Convention Center 
Room 004, in San Antonio, TX

A recording of the event will be made available at a later date
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