Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John – FEB 18, 2023 at 7:00

$35.00

Presented by William H. Fredlund, Ph.D., in person and via live video stream with interactive Q&A.

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The four Gospels can take a lifetime of study in any one of many areas, including authorship, provenance, documentary analysis, culture, translations, canonization, philology and linguistics, theology and Christology, and philosophical influences from external sources.  Dr. Hunt brings his broad archaeological perspective to bear on Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John.

 

Patrick Hunt believes the perceived boundaries between academic subjects are too often arbitrary and artificial, and thus explores junctions between many intersecting areas of interest across the broader humanities, sciences, and the arts. Patrick has followed several of his life-long dreams—archaeologist, writer, composer, poet, and art historian—for nearly three decades at Stanford University. Among many other works, he is author of When Empires Clash, Pascal & Voltaire at the Cafe Procope, Hannibal, and Ten Discoveries that Rewrote History.

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