Plenary Speaker at the conference on the topic, "God’s Tabernacling Presence as the Key to Human Flourishing." Topics will include, the trajectory of God’s “tabernacling presence” among his people, from the Garden to the New Jerusalem, including Eden, the OT tabernacle, Solomon’s temple, the temple Jesus knew, and the Church as the new temple.
I am teaching one session of the retreat on the topic "Being Men of Faith."
A one-day overview of the message and power of the New Testament book of Hebrews.
Conference celebrating the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. With music, theater, a film showing, and lectures from our plenary speakers as well as Union faculty from a wide array of disciplines we will examine the various ways the Reformation has shaped the world we know today. We hope you will join us. My breakout session topic will be on "Translation and Reformation" and will deal with how translations led to and issued from the Reformation. For more information see: https://www.uu.edu/events/ref500/
In my part of the presentation, I will focus on Bible translation and production in the 15th and 16th centuries in Europe, explaining the impact of this work on the world at that time.
I am honored to join a panel discussing the Jewishness of Earliest Christianity.
Island Community Church in Memphis will be working through READ THE BIBLE FOR LIFE this summer, and I will join them on June 8 to teach the first session.