Illuminated Lives - Quiet Retreat
Led by the Rev. Dawna Wall, D.Min

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Medieval illuminated manuscripts have layers of meaning; each page and illustration can be read from different angles adding new insight and understanding as they are explored. Our illuminated lives are equally complex, and the day’s focus will invite us to look at the wit and wisdom of our own letters.

Options of different skill levels for creating illuminated artwork will accompany the prayers, readings and songs as we share the day in quietness.
Location: Immanuel Chapel
Contact: Lifetime Theological Education
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I Object! Tackling Ethical Objections to the Bible
9:00 AM to 11:30 AM
Dr. Stephen Cook

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Does the Bible really say violence, slavery, and homophobia are okay? Contemporary atheist authors and hate groups say it does, but could God really support those sorts of things?

In this Friday morning session, Prof. Stephen Cook will lead attendees through a closer look at the Bible and its "hard sayings," arguing that the answer is "Certainly not!" The atheists and hate groups are fundamentally mistaken about Scripture's meaning. Come learn something about reading the Bible theologically and hermeneutically!

Location: Addison Academic Center: Lettie Pate Evans Room
Contact: Lifetime Theological Education

Fridays at the Seminary with the Rt. Rev. Katharine Jefferts Schori
9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Location: Immanuel Chapel
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Prepare/Enrich Workshop
8:30 AM to 4:00 PM
Location: Addison 111

A Retrospective Reflection on the last two decades in the Episcopal Church
7:30 PM
Location: Immanuel Chapel
Contact: Lifetime Theological Education
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