Academic Bible Study
Sundays, 9:00-10:00am, Resource Room. Led by Dr. Luke Schulte. Open to all.
Sundays January 6, 13, 20 & 27
In January, we will be looking at the Exodus and the 10 Commandments. What is the significance of the plagues? Are there any archaeological findings of the Exodus? What is the oldest telling of the Exodus event? How can we better understand the Ten Commandments in their ancient context?
Dr. Lucas Schulte is a religion scholar focusing on the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament, Second Temple Judaism, and the ancient Near East. He has edited books on the Dead Sea Scrolls and is the author of the academic book, My Shepherd, Though You Do Not Know Me: The Persian Royal Propaganda Model in the Nehemiah Memoir. Dr. Schulte has taught religious studies courses at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Pomona College, and Claremont School of Theology, and is currently teaching both at UNL and Eden Theological Seminary. Dr. Luke has also excavated at archaeological sites in Israel.
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