Previous Speaker Series - Held in Charlotte, September 2012 - March 2013
Heroes in the Story of the Bible's Survival:
Insights into Evidence for Authorship, Transmission and Persistence
"This Passages exhibit and lecture series [is] excellent, outstanding, informative, insightful and breath-takingly inspirational".
—H. Ossie Mills, Executive Vice President for University Advancement, Oral Roberts University
Reserved tickets required and limited to the first 200 ticket requests. Reserve your tickets by calling the Box Office at (704) 510-2281. In conjunction with the Passages exhibit, the Green Scholars Initiative is hosting an upcoming series of 20 internationally acclaimed authors and speakers in the fields of theology, archaeology and history. This is an incredibly popular series and previous lectures in Oklahoma City and Atlanta sold out immediately (DVDs of many of those sessions are available for sale).
Through this program, the Green Scholars Initiative and Passages have given more than 4,500 attendees unprecedented access to first-hand insights and cutting-edge discoveries and innovations in more than 50 scholars’ respective fields.
Previous Speaker Series' Lectures are now available on DVD. Get Yours Today!
|September 18, 2012||Dr. Gordon Campbell||The King James Bible: Past, Present and Future||Read More|
|September 25, 2012||Peter Flint, PhD||The Essenes and the Dead Sea Scrolls||Read More|
|October 2, 2012||Dr. Daniel B. Wallace||Monks, Muslims, and Manuscripts: The Story of Sinai||Read More|
|October 9, 2012||Dr. Tim Laniak||Moses: Shepherd Leader and Torah Scribe||Read More|
|October 16, 2012||Dr. Ken Schenck||Paul and His Epistles||Read More|
|October 23, 2012||Dr. Gabi Barkay||The Archaeology of Jerusalem: A Firsthand View of the Earliest Scriptures’ Discovery and of the Temple Excavations||Read More|
|Dr. James Martin||Special Introduction: Jerusalem's 2nd Temple: 3D and Interactive Technological Advances for Biblical Studies||Read More|
|October 30, 2012||Dr. Michael Holmes||The Remarkable Lives of Saints Ignatius and Polycarp: Answers to Important Questions from the Early Church||Read More|
|November 6, 2012||Dr. Peter Williams||Bible Translation through the Centuries: From Ancient Differences to Modern Debates||Read More|
|November 13, 2012||Dr. Rob Hiebert||The Septuagint Translators: Pioneers in the Transmission History of the Bible||Read More|
|November 20, 2012||Dr. Craig Evans||Old and Reliable: Why We Can Trust the NT Manuscripts||Read More|
|November 27, 2012||Dr. Christopher de Hamel||The Medieval Scribes and the Great Medieval Bibles||Read More|
|December 4, 2012||Dr. Charles Bressler||C.S. Lewis: Scriptural Awareness for the Masses||Read More|
|December 11, 2012||Dr. Jerry Pattengale||Christian Physicians in the Roman Empire: Benevolence and Sacrifice in Proclaiming the Gospels||Read More|
|December 18, 2012||Dr. Michelle Brown||The Lindisfarne Gospels: Envisioning Christianity in Early Medieval Britain and Ireland||Read More|
|January 8, 2013||Dr. Francis Beckwith||We Are All Children of Abraham Now: How the Bible Has Shaped the History of Ideas||Read More|
|January 15, 2013||Dr. Eckhard J. Schnabel||The Apostle Thomas and the Beginnings of the Church in India||Read More|
|January 22, 2013||Dr. Donald Fairbairn||The Abitinian Martyrs and the Preservation of Scripture during the Great Persecution (A.D. 303-305)||Read More|
|January 29, 2013||Dr. Ben Outhwaite||The Lewis Sisters and the Discovery of the Cairo Genizah||Read More|
|February 5, 2013||Dr. Scot McKendrick||The Scribes and the Great Western Manuscripts||Read More|
|February 19, 2013||Dr. Andrew Atherstone||Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Martyn Lloyd-Jones and the British Bible League||Read More|
|March 12, 2013||Robert E. Cooley, PhD||
The Greatest Archaeological Discoveries and the New Testament