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Bruton Theological Forum


This September, Bruton will begin hosting a series of lectures on some of the central teachings of Christianity with special attention to the ways these ideas connect with the culture, public life, and the sciences. Our first four lectures are already scheduled and will relate to Scripture, the relationship of Science and Religion, God, and Creation.
    Lectures are free and open to the public, but require free tickets.  More information about the forum and access to free tickets can be obtained online at brutonforum.org or at the Parish House.

 
Friday, September 13
Holy God and Holy Writ: Scripture and Revelation
The Rev'd Dr. Katherine Grieb, Virginia Theological Seminary
  
Friday, October 25, 2019 
Seeing through a Glass, Darkly:
Scientific and Scriptural Knowledge
The Rev'd Dr. Andrew Davison, Cambridge University
 
Monday, February 3
Trinity and Unity in the One God
The Rev'd Dr. Katherine Sonderegger, Virginia Theological Seminary
    
Monday, March 30
The Fullness of Time: Jesus Christ, Time, and Modernity
The Rev'd Dr. Kara Slade,Princeton Theological Seminary 
    

Lectures will be held in Bruton Parish Church at 7:30pm, followed by receptions in the Parish House.  If you have any difficulty accessing the free tickets online, please stop by the Parish House and speak with Alex Narducci or Hilary Cooley, who can assist you.

 

Last Published: September 11, 2019 10:48 AM