- Tuesday | September 13, 2016
- 6:30 PM
- St. John's Baptist Church - Broach Hall 300 Hawthorne Lane Charlotte, NC 28204
- (704) 333-5428
Is the Bible Relevant in the 21st Century?
Encountering Scripture at the Intersections of Our Lives
Does the Bible have anything to say to us anymore? How can an ancient text from what seems like an entirely different world than ours speak to us in our time, and reach us in the places where we live? Join us for an evening that will explore whether, and how the Bible can be relevant in the 21st Century. Be a part of a conversation about encountering biblical texts and traditions in our day to day living. Whether you seek to read the Bible with fresh eyes or to discover the Bible anew, come join us!
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About Mary F. Foskett
Wake Forest Kahle Professor and Albritton Fellow in the Department for the Study of Religions at Wake Forest University. Teaches graduate and undergraduate students in Religious Studies. Publishes in the area of New Testament studies for scholarly and lay audiences. Contributed to and served on the editorial board of “Feasting on the Gospels” (Westminster John Knox Press). Serves as inaugural Director of the Wake Forest University Humanities Institute.
The event will be held in Broach Hall.
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