15
Sep
08

Bible and Politics Seminar

From the SBL:

The Society of Biblical Literature partners with Lancaster Theological Seminary in Lancaster, PA for a one-day series of lectures by biblical scholars on how politics affects the Bible and the Bible affects politics.

Saturday, September 27th; 2008
9am to 3:30pm
Santee Chapel, The Lark Academic Building
Lancaster Theological Seminary

Free to the public and all students, clergy, and religious leaders in the area.
To register contact: Rikki Jones, Office of Continuing Education, rjones@lancasterseminary.edu or 1-800-393-0654 ext. 158.
Lunch provided in the Dietz Refectory.

Professor Ronald J. Sider
TOWARD AN EVANGELICAL POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY

Professor Cynthia Briggs Kittredge
COMFORTING OR AFFLICTING? TEACHING AND PREACHING THE NEW TESTAMENT IN ELECTION SEASON

Professor Fernando Segovia
POSTCOLONIAL BIBLICAL CRITICISM: A GEOPOLITICAL APPROACH TO THE BIBLE

Professor Julia M. O’Brien
POLITICS AND “BIBLICAL FAMILY VALUES”: ANCIENT AND MODERN PERSPECTIVES

A panel discussion will follow.

For more information: http://www.sbl-site.org/meetings/PublicInitiatives.aspx

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