Canadian L’Abri Lecture: Beth Stovell, Ambrose Univ prof, OT scholar, “Job: Hope in the Midst of Suffering”

Date(s) - October 27, 2023
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

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Anyone is welcome to attend the Friday night talks. These events are free and we welcome you to the public meal that precedes the talk at 6 PM. We do ask that you email if you have a group coming, so we can prepare enough food. You may also join via Zoom. Sign up by email just below to receive the notices to get the Zoom link and any additional information about the talks.

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Sept 8 – Clarke Scheibe, “Religious but not Spiritual: Looking for Assurance through Technique”

Sept 15 – Brett Cane, “Singleness”

Sept 22 – Clarke Scheibe, “The Collapse of Biblical Authority: A Look at Schaeffer’s Great Evangelical Disaster”

Sept 29 – Liz Snell, “Beyond Tolerance: Welcoming the Other”

Oct 6 – Jessa Birdsall, “Sociology: Friend or Foe of the Church?”

Oct 13 – Christina Eickenroht, “Redemptive Hiding: Visual and Verbal Poetics in Bruegel and Dostoevsky”


Oct 27 – Beth Stovell, Ambrose Univ prof, OT scholar, “Job: Hope in the Midst of Suffering”

Nov 3 – Josue Reichow, Brazilian L’Abri worker, “Reflections on Critical Theory

Nov 10 – Clarke Scheibe, “The Birds and the Bees, Take Two: A Positive View of Biblical Sexuality”

Nov 17 – Hannah Eichelberger, “On The Book of Kells”

Nov 24 – Clarke Scheibe, “The Mystery of the Atonement”

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