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February 26 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
One event on February 26, 2021 at 10:00 am
Join Dr. Scott Hummel, Tusculum University’s President, on Friday, February 19th and Friday, February 26th from 10 am- noon for his talks, “How History is Made” and “Biblical Historiography”. The presentations will take place via the Zoom virtual platform. During the presentations, Dr. Hummel and the audience will explore how the Bible’s authors wrote and constructed history, used sources, characterized individuals, framed the stories and revealed God’s truths. The group will also examine how biblical historiography informed the contrasting histories in 1 and 2 Maccabees of the Old Testament. Through these presentations and the discussions that follow, not only will we be better equipped to evaluate how people tell their own stories, but we will be better positioned to interpret the biblical stories. Registration for Theologian-In-Residence is required for planning purposes. Please call Nicole Rader, development officer and director of special events at (423)636-0565 or email [email protected] The Office of Institutional Advancement will send the Zoom link to registrants. The presentations are free, but Tusculum appreciates donations. To contribute, please visit www.tusculum.edu/giving or send a check by mail to Tusculum University, Office of Institutional Advancement, PO Box 5040, Greeneville, TN 37745. Donors can designate the gift to Theologian-In-Residence.