God’s Dining Room, the Bible and Its Guests
Second try ... being rescheduled. Watch for more information.
Dr Stephanie Day Powell has graciously agreed to reschedule her discussion entitled “ God’s Dining Room, The Bible, and It’s Guests” about how the Bible came to be using the Book of Ruth as a model on Wednesday, June 23 at 7pm. To register please contact Judy.
Dr Powell encourages us to read the book of Ruth to or watch this YouTube video PRIOR to her “class” on June 23. https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=4&v=0h1eoBeR4Jk
Dr Powell will explain how The Bible came to be specifically relative to historical events of the time. Please contact email@example.com to request the Zoom link. Deacon Michelleslie says Dr Powell’s class was one of the most fascinating of all her course work at Drew. Contact Judy Linger for the Zoom link firstname.lastname@example.org .
Stephanie Day Powell received her Ph.D. in Hebrew Bible from Drew University, and her M.Div. from Chicago Theological Seminary. She is the author of Narrative Desire and the Book of Ruth from Bloomsbury T&T Clark Press. As a feminist and literary critic of the Hebrew Bible, Powell’s research interests include the interrelationship between biblical narrative and history. Dr. Powell has taught courses in biblical studies, Jewish/Christian study, feminist and GLBTQ/queer studies and world religions. She currently teaches in the Department of Religious Studies at Manhattan College in Bronx, NY.