Friday, February 19, 2021, 7:00 PM - Saturday, February 20, 2021, 12:00 PM
Have you ever wondered how we got the Bible we now hold in our hands? How did a set of books written in multiple languages by dozens of authors across thousands of years become the Bible we know and trust today? How were the books chosen? How well was the text hand copied and how is it translated into English?
Come explore the answers to these questions and more at Scribes & Scripture, a series of talks and Q&A by professors from Phoenix Seminary on the history of the Bible.
Mark your calendars now and and start making plans to attend this fascinating and faith-building event!
Friday, February 19th
6:30pm - Attendee Check-In / Onsite Registration
7:00pm - Session 1: Old Testament Text (Dr John Meade)
8:00pm - Break
8:15pm - Session 2: New Testament Text (Dr Peter Gurry)
9:00pm - Q&A w/ Dr Meade and Dr Gurry
9:30pm - Conclude
Saturday, February 20th
9:00am - Session 3: The Canon of Scripture (Dr John Meade)
10:00am - Break
10:15am - Session 4: Modern Translations (Dr Peter Gurry)
11:00am - Q&A w/ Dr Meade & Dr Gurry
11:30am - Conclude
For more speaker bios, promo videos and more, visit www.scribesandscripture.com.
Registration is now open below: