The “Passages” exhibit in Oklahoma City (noted here in May) has announced a series of free lectures weekly on Tuesday evenings, to be held in the Noble Theater at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, from 6:30 to 7:45 p.m. on the days listed.
• July 19: David Lyle Jeffrey, Ph.D., Baylor University, “Beyond the Renaissance: Critical Texts and Bible Translation.”
• July 26: Peter Flint, Ph.D., Canada research chair in Dead Sea Scrolls studies, “The Contents and Challenges of the Dead Sea Biblical Scrolls.”
• Aug. 9: Gordon Campbell, Ph.D., University of Leicester, United Kingdom, “The Making of a Bible Classic: The Translation of the King James Bible.”
• Aug. 16: Edwin Yamauchi, Ph.D., Miami (Fla.) University, “The Greatest Archaeological Discoveries and the Old Testament.”
• Aug. 23: Scott Carroll, Ph.D., director of the Green Collection, “The Green Collection: Scientific Breakthroughs and Bible Translation.”
• Sept. 6: Scot McKendrick, Ph.D., British Library, “Manuscript Discoveries and Bible Translation.”
• Sept. 13: Dirk Obbink, Ph.D., Oxford University, “Papyri Discoveries and Bible Translation.”
• Sept. 20: Alister McGrath, Ph.D., King’s College, United Kingdom, “What Do William Tyndale and C.S. Lewis Have in Common.”
• Sept. 27: Ralph Hanna, Ph.D., Oxford University, “Richard Rolle’s Impact on the English Bible.”
• Oct. 4: Jerry Pattengale, Ph.D., director of the Green Scholars Initiative, “Answers to New
Theories Regarding How We Got the Bible.”
• Oct. 11: Robert Cooley, Ph.D., Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, “The Greatest Archaeological Discoveries and the New Testament.”
More details are available in this article at NewsOK as well as at the official website.
HT: Jack Sasson