Wednesday, March 16, 2016
1 - 2 p.m.
|Featuring||Glen G. Scorgie|
|Registration||Please register to let us know you're planning to attend. Information on how to access this online session will be sent prior to the event.|
Movies are enormously popular and influential around the world. “Hollywood,” wrote the American poet Carl Sandberg, “is the most powerful educational institution on earth.” Among other things, movies provide valuable windows of insight into the hearts and minds of our contemporaries. Culturally engaged Christians have an opportunity and responsibility to learn from them, and to affirm or criticize their contents as appropriate. This webinar offers some perspectives, cautions, and resources for doing so with discernment.
Whether you are a prospective seminary student, a current student, or someone who wants to learn more about movie theology, this will be an enriching experience.
We hope you will join us!
This session will begin at 1 p.m. Central
Check out the other events in this series:
February 29 | Seminary Spring Series I: Joys and Challenges of Bible Translation
April 12 | Seminary Spring Series III: What is Culture and Where Does it Intersect With Christian Faith
Contact the Office of Seminary Admissions at 651.638.6288 (800.255.8706, ext. 6288) or firstname.lastname@example.org.