22 Foley Street
Dublin 1, Co. Dublin
This years Summer Institute course will examine some of the most discussed and disputed questions about this key biblical book.
- What does Genesis have to say concerning
- who we are as created by God?
- how sin changed humanity,?
- what the mission of God’s people is in light of the covenant with Abraham,?
- and what great lessons of faith, grace, and love appear in the book?
The course will also place the book of Genesis in its ancient cultural and historical context in terms of what we know about that world and how it affects our understanding and interpretation of the message of this book. Come and join us in the study of this text that lies at the foundation of our faith
Dates: Public Lecture Thursday June 20th (Topic as yet to be decided) Two day Summer Institute June 21st and 22nd 10am – 5.00pm Tea and coffee provided. Bring lunch or there are various food outlets nearby. Full Price: €100.00 Unwaged: €80.00
Dr. Richard Hess, professor of Old Testament and Semitic languages, joined the faculty of Denver Seminary in 1997. He is the editor of the Denver Journal, Denver Seminary’s online theological review journal, and the Bulletin for Biblical Research.
Dr. Hess is a member of the Committee on Bible Translation for the New International Version. He serves as Old Testament and archaeology editor for the forthcoming NIV Study Bible. Dr. Hess has also worked for the New International Version, the New American Bible, the Holman Standard Christian Bible, the English Standard Version, and The Common English Bible translations of the Old Testament.
Dr. Hess has also authored of 8 books.
Rick is a husband, father, and proud grandfather of five beautiful grandchildren with one on the way!
How to book your place:
- Fill in the booking form http://www.ibi.ie/events/summer-institute-2013/