How do activism and scholarship contribute to our understanding of Scripture in the world today? The Center and Library for the Bible and Social Justice, located at Stony Point Center, is exploring this question in a monthly series.
In this session, Biblical scholar Norman Gottwald and anticolonial organizer Sphynx Eben will discuss their strivings for a world free of structural racism, and how the Bible and their Baptist upbringings have shaped their work and commitment. Advance registration is required:
This session is part of an onging series called "Scholar-Activist Encounters." All are welcome to join each third Thursday at 4:30pm Pacific Time / 7:30pm Eastern Time for an interactive dialogue exploring the interfaces between scholarship and activism. Click here to see the full schedule. For questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This series is co-sponsored by the Community of Living Traditions.