Scribes and Scripture Conference
April 23, 2021 to April 24, 2021
Location: 530 S. Pantano Rd. (Oasis Building), Tucson, AZ 85710Category: All Church Events
A CONFERENCE ON THE HISTORY OF THE BIBLE
How did a set of books written in multiple languages by dozens of authors across thousands of years become the Bible we know and trust today? How were the books chosen? How well was the text hand copied and how is it translated into English?
Explore the answers to these questions and more with Scribes & Scripture, a series of talks by Dr. John Meade and Dr. Peter Gurry on the history of the Bible. Whether you’re a skeptic looking for answers, or a believer looking to strengthen your faith, this conference is designed for you.
$20/person | $15/student
FRIDAY EVENING- 6:00-9:00PM
- Old Testament text - Meade
- New Testament text - Gurry
Q&A - Meade & Gurry
SATURDAY MORNING - 8:30-11:30AM
- The canon of Scripture - Meade
- Modern translations - Gurry
Q&A - Meade & Gurry
HOW IT WORKS:
- With expertise that spans both testaments, John and Peter bring a unique combination of knowledge that covers how the entire Bible was copied, canonized, and translated to become the book millions of Christians around the world read and trust. As teachers and scholars, they are eager to help Christians understand and appreciate how we got the Bible.
DR. JOHN MEADE PhD
Associate Professor of Old Testament at Phoenix Seminary
Dr. Meade teaches courses in Hebrew Language, Old Testament Literature, Greek Language and Literature, and Biblical Theology. His research interests include Origen’s Hexapla, the Septuagint, Textual Criticism of the Hebrew Bible, the Canon of Scripture, and Biblical Theology. He also presents papers at scholarly meetings such as the Evangelical Theological Society, the International Organization for Septuagint and Cognate Studies, and the Society of Biblical Literature. He is a co-director of the Text & Canon Institute, a contributor of the Hexapla Institute and is a member of Trinity Bible Church.
DR. PETER GURRY Assistant Professor of New Testament at Phoenix Seminary
Peter Gurry teaches courses in Greek Language and New Testament literature. His research interests range across the history and formation of the Bible, Greek grammar, and the history of New Testament scholarship. He has presented his work at the Society of Biblical Literature, the Evangelical Theological Society, and the British New Testament Conference. He is a Co-Director of the Text & Canon Institute and has worked with CSNTM and the Museum of the Bible. He is a member at Whitton Avenue Bible Church.