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1/9-11: Meekhof Lecture

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1/9-11: Meekhof Lecture


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Meekhof Memorial Lecture

January 9-11, 2015

"New Possibilities for Interfaith Relations: Countering Fear and Cultivating Envy"

Lecture and Reception
"The Love That Casts Out Fear"
The Witness of Religion in an Age of Anxiety
7:30-9:00 PM
Friday, January 9

Saturday Brunch & Lecture
"I Wish We Did That"
The Case for Holy Envy
9:30-11:00 AM
Saturday, January 10

Sunday Worship with Michael Kinnamon as guest preacher
Sermon text: John 14:1-7
"Bold Humility: Confessing Christ in the Midst of Other Faiths"
8:45 and 11:00 AM
Sunday, January 11

About the Speaker

The Rev. Dr. Michael Kinnamon, served as General Secretary of the National Council of Churches and is an internationally recognized leader in the ecumenical movement. An experienced seminary professor and former dean of Lexington Theological Seminary, Dr. Kinnamon has lectured and preached across the U.S. and overseas, including India and the Middle East. He is the Spehar-Halligan Visiting Professor of Ecumenical Collaboration in Interreligious Dialogue at Seattle University's School of Theology and Ministry. 

Childcare: call 425-746-6111 no later than Monday, January 5 to make a reservation. Nursery care and children's worship are available on Sunday morning. 

This is the 13th in a series of lectures in memory of Doreen Brackett Meekhof, 1931-1996.