Proběhlo na podzim 2009. Návazně probíhají studijní setkávání "Biblická pátrání" (viz samostatná záložká v této sekci)

Bible vám (možná poprvé) začne dávat smysl, ponoříte se hlouběji do bohatství rozmanitých literárních žánrů této vzácné knihy a naučíte lépe čerpat z její moudrosti pro váš každodenní život.

Seminář pro veřejnost s prof. Danou Harris, profesorkou novozákonních studií na předním teologickém semináři (TEDS/TIU) v Chicagu - sobota 7.11.2009, 9.00-13.00, místo bude upřesněno podle počtu přihlášených (sledujte tento web). Seminář je v angličtině s překladem do češtiny. Dobrovolný účastnický poplatek na pronájem místnosti.

Přihlášky přes webový formulář nebo na tel. 777 234 918. 

 

prof. Dana Harris 

Profesorka novozákonních studií, Trinity International University, Chicago. --- Dana served as a teaching fellow in New Testament Greek at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School of Trinity International University from 1998 to 2001. From 2001 to 2006, Prof. Harris served as an adjunct instructor of New Testament at Trinity. She has been an Instructor of New Testament since 2006. Her dissertation topic is “The Eternal Inheritance in Hebrews:  The Appropriation of the Old Testament Inheritance Theme by the Author of Hebrews.” Her master's thesis was entitled “Inheriting the Age to Come: The Legacy of the Inheritance Theme in Second Temple Literature.” Her research interests include Hebrews, Revelation, Greek syntax, linguistics, hermeneutics, and Second Temple Literature, particularly apocalyptic literature. For the past seven years, she has written for Today in the Word, published by Moody Bible Institute. Prof. Harris has also taught extensively at retreats, conferences, and adult Sunday School classes.

Prior to coming to Trinity, Prof. Harris was the managing editor of the Hoover Digest, a quarterly academic journal covering public policy, economics, and foreign affairs, published by the Hoover Institution, Stanford University. For the first five years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, Prof. Harris coordinated a program, funded by the Pew Charitable Trusts, that brought young diplomats from former Soviet-satellite countries to Stanford for four-month study programs. As an undergraduate, she double-majored in International Relations and French Studies. Prior to coming to Trinity, she was also extensively involved in ministry, including short-term mission trips to Romania and France, and teaching Greek for a church-based intern program.

Prof. Harris was born and raised in California and became a Christian at a Billy Graham crusade when she was fiftenn. She is currently involved with Church of the Redeemer, an evangelical Anglican church, part of the Anglican Mission in America (AMiA). As a fourth-generation Californian, she has spent many summers backpacking and winters skiing in the Sierra Nevada mountains. She enjoys many outdoor activities and loves to travel. She also enjoys reading, Classical music, and cooking.