Community of Scholars Series: Biblical Studies
Friday, February 22, 2013 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM (EST)
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Community of Scholars Series:
Biblical Studies - Through the Bible
Friday, February 22, 2013 @ 6:30 p.m.
Ashland Theological Seminary | Columbus Campus
1900 E. Dublin-Granville Rd. | Columbus, OH 43229
The purpose of this FREE series is to connect current and prospective students with a larger community of scholars in their chosen area(s) of concentration, including alumni and other professionals; and will equip pastors with the tools and information they need to lead the church in the current cultural matrix. This will be a panel discussion featuring, Henri Goulet, an adjunct professor of Ashland Theological Seminary and Dean of the Messianic Studies Institute; and Howard Silverman, congregational leader of Beth Messiah. Light refreshments will be provided.
The format will include some brief introductions, followed by the moderator asking for the responses of each of our panel members to three initial questions. These questions include:
1. What are the most common mistakes that Christians make concerning the relationship of the Old and New Testaments?
2. What seem to be the biggest challenges to living out the whole counsel of God in contemporary American culture, including the varying interpretations of the Bible?
3. What opportunities do Christians have to shape the culture through an integrated perspective of the Bible?
Once all three questions have been addressed and summarized, the moderator will ask additional questions and/or open up the floor to take questions from among the participants.
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When & Where
Ashland Theological Seminary
The Wesley Book Study is representative of a partnership between Ashland Theological Seminary (ATS) and the East Ohio Conference, The United Methodist Church (EOC-UMC). It is sponsored by the Racial-Ethnic Ministries Division of the EOC Connectional Ministries. The administrators of the project are Paul Chilcote, PhD, Dean of ATS and Gloria Brown, PhD, Director of Racial-Ethnic Ministries for the EOC-UMC.