The Dead Sea Scrolls: Opening A Door To The Past

A special lecture from biblical scholar, Dan Lewis.

Saturday, September 26th, 2020
10-11:30am

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The Dead Sea Scrolls are one of the greatest treasures the modern world has found. They are the earliest known form of the book we call the Bible and a window into the hopes and struggles of an ancient community of people.

For 75 minutes, Mariners’ Church of Detroit has arranged for biblical scholar Dan Lewis to fill us all in about these ancient manuscripts and their significance to the validity of The Holy Bible. This is one of Dan Lewis’ most-requested talks, the first time it will be available to join live, online and an opportunity for Q&A with the speaker after the lecture.

Event Details:

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Free, online Zoom event (click above to register and have details emailed)

Saturday, September 26th, 2020

10-11:30am

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Dan Lewis | Academic & Professional Background

M.A. in Western Religion and Philosophy, University of Detroit-Mercy
Retired Assistant Professor of Christian Studies, William Tyndale College
Guest university lecturer in England, Holland, Germany, Switzerland, Canada, New Zealand and Australia
Member, Society of Biblical Literature
Published author (three books; various academic articles)
On-line university lecturer, Biblical and Ancient Near Eastern Studies

Free parking in the Ford Underground Garage (click here for details)

*History-lovers ages 10+ welcome*
(Refreshments to follow)

Location: Mariners’ Church of Detroit

170 E. Jefferson Ave., Detroit, MI 48226

 

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