Dr. Walter Moberly To Give Lecture Series Feb. 1-2

Dr. Walter Moberly

Covenant College welcomes guest speaker Dr. Walter Moberly February 1-2, 2010, for a series of lectures on the Old Testament and spiritual theology.

 

Dr. Moberly is professor of theology and religion at Durham University in the United Kingdom.  Focusing his research on biblical hermeneutics, biblical theology, and spirituality, he has authored seven books and numerous papers and has contributed to many more volumes. His most recently authored books are The Theology of the Book of Genesis and Prophecy and Discernment, both published by Cambridge University Press. 

 

Lecture Series Schedule

 

 Monday, February 1, 2010

"Is God Unfair? The Story of Cain and Abel"

11:00 a.m.

Chapel

 

Monday, February 1, 2010

"Does God Suffice? The Challenge of Job and Jesus"

4:00 p.m.

Mills Hall 270-280

 

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

"Faith or Fanaticism? Abraham's Offering of Isaac"

11:00 a.m.

Chapel

 

The views expressed by Covenant-sponsored speakers and other college guests do not necessarily represent the views of Covenant College or its constituencies. 

 

 

 

Kateland Godat

"Missions Methods and Problems. It was the first time I had ever taken a class on missionary life. It really taught me a lot about missions and how it’s not this fairytale adventure that people expect it to be. People expect missionaries to be perfect people with perfect adventurous lives, but sometimes you’re just a regular fallen person doing the average daily activities, and that’s okay."
 - Kateland Godat '19

Andrew Fultz

"Doctrine I with Dr. Kapic. More distinctly than anything or anyone else at Covenant, Kapic has helped me understand what it means to intentionally pursue faithful living in every area of my life. This began in Doctrine I, but has also continued in his other classes like Doctrine II, Christology, and Christian Spirituality. One of the first concepts we wrestled with in Doctrine I discussed the dynamics of how not only does our theology inform our lives as acts of worship, but simultaneously our lives inform our theology. You’ll have to take a class with him to really begin to unpack what that means, but Kapic has really helped me grasp the significance of this idea and how to live in response to it."
 - Andrew Fultz '18