WNCBF Zoom Conversation, Nov. 2

Please register below, or you can just show up Monday on Zoom 822 2653 1983 (no password required.) There is no charge for this event, please come and enjoy our “virtual” time together and join in our discussion.

March 30 – WNCBF Ministers Retreat with Paul Holloway, PhD

Philippians as consolation? 

Fresh scholarship on dealing with grief in the church from Paul’s epistle will enliven your study

for preaching and teaching, church leadership, and counseling…

Great fellowship with regional ministers…

Enjoying the lovely Lutheridge facility with good food, a labyrinth and local hiking trails!

Lutheridge       2511 Hendersonville Road, Arden, NC

Scholarships are available…call Gail Coulter at  828-698-2385 to request.   

Dr. Paul A. Holloway (PhD. University of Chicago, 1998) has recently published Philippians: A Critical and Historical Commentary for the Hermeneia series. He lives in Old Salem, Tennessee, with his family and a small herd of prize milk goats. He is University Professor of Classics and Ancient Christianity at Sewanee: The University of the South. He teaches courses in both the School of Theology (Jewish and Christian Origins) and the College of Arts and Sciences (in the departments of Classics, History, and Religious Studies). Prior to coming to Sewanee, he was senior lecturer in New Testament and Christian Origins in the Department of Theology and Religious Studies at the University of Glasgow, Scotland. Earlier, he taught at Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama.