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On June 28-30, 2018, we reconvened for our bi-annual IJES Ellul conference on the beautiful campus of Regent College, situated just one mile from the coastline in the northwest tip of Vancouver, British Columbia (Canada). Along with Wheaton College in Illinois, Regent also holds an archival collection of Ellul writings and articles. View papers here.
Learn more about this summer course at Regent College: Jacques Ellul: Prophet in the Technological Wilderness.
The Society’s journal, the Ellul Forum, is now a twice-yearly printed publication. Issues are mailed to IJES members. Back issues of the Forum will continue to be made freely available online, after a delay of six months or one year.
The aim of the Forum is to promote awareness and understanding of Ellul’s life and work and encourage a community of dialogue on these subjects. The Forum publishes work by and about Jacques Ellul and about themes relevant to his life and thought, from historical, contemporary, or creative perspectives. Content is published in English and French.
Editied by David W. Gill and David Lovekin (2018 Pickwick / Wipf & Stock Publishers)
“This stimulating and varied international collection of essays shows how the insights of Jacques Ellul on technique, politics, propaganda and so much else help us understand what is going on today beneath the headline political turmoil, and how in various contexts those inspired by Ellul are not just thinking in fresh ways, but acting to make a difference.”
—Andrew Goddard, senior research fellow, Kirby Laing Institute for Christian Ethics