A Night with Dr. John Kloppenborg

September 27, 2023
7:00 - 8:30 pm ET

About the Event

September 27, 2023

Join us for a fascinating evening with Dr. John Kloppenborg, a renowned scholar in Christian origins and second Temple Judaism, in particular the Jesus tradition(the canonical and non canonical gospels), and the social world of the early Jesus movement in Jewish Palestine and in the cities of the eastern Empire. He has written extensively on the Synoptic Sayings Gospel (Q) and the Synoptic Problem, and is currently writing on the parables of Jesus, the letter of James, and cultic, professional, and ethnic associations in the Graeco-Roman world. He is one of the general editors of the International Q Project and holds a five year SSHRC Insight Grant on Associative Practices in the Graeco-Roman World.

Get ready to dive deep into his book, "Christ’s Associations: Connecting and Belonging in the Ancient City," as Dr. Kloppenborg shares his extensive knowledge and insights. This online event allows you to participate from the comfort of your own home. So, grab your favorite snack and get ready to be inspired by Dr. Kloppenborg's engaging presentation. Don't miss out on this unique opportunity to learn from one of the best in the field. Reserve your spot now!

MEMBERS: Please note that this event is FREE to members. To RSVP, please go into the Westar Public Square and click on the "Westar Events" tab. Once inside, please RSVP for the webinars you'd like to attend.


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