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  1. Karen Laub-Novak: A Catholic Artist in the Age of Vatican II

    Jan. 26, 2015   Jan. 27, 2015  
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    Held in conjunction with the 40th Annual Philosophy/Theology Symposium This solo… View more

  2. Great Architectural Masterpieces of Judaism, Christianity and Islam

    Jan. 28, 2015   Feb. 4, 2015  
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    Join M.J. Albacete, Director Emeritus of the Canton Museum of Art, as he explores the… View more

  3. Veterans Reading Group

    Feb. 2, 2015

    The Walsh University Veterans Reading Group will meet in the South Founders Room. The group… View more

  4. My Funny Valentine: A Musical & Philosophical Discussion on Love

    Feb. 10, 2015

    John G. Trapani, Jr., Ph.D., Just in time for Valentine's Day, philosophy professor and… View more

  5. Walsh Wellness Wednesdays

    Feb. 18, 2015   Mar. 18, 2015  

    On the third Wednesday of every month University Wellness and Aultman Wellness on… View more

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Breaking Open the Scripture: The New Testament

Date(s): Oct. 23, 2014 - Dec. 4, 2014
Event Time: 7 PM - 8:30 PM

In the last half of an eight-part series, Dr. Chris Seeman will explore four themes that are foundational to Sacred Scripture: creation, sin, faith and covenant in the New Testament. The goal of this series is to reflect on the unity of Sacred Scripture. Each presentation will include a lecture followed by a guided, small group discussion.

New Testament Themes

Thursday, October 23 – Covenant (Barrette - A)
Thursday, November 6 – Faith (Barrette - C)
Thursday, November 20 – Sin (TBA)
Thursday, December 4 – Creation (Barrette - C)

For more information, contact Dr. Chris Seeman at cseeman@walsh.edu. 

These events are part of Walsh University’s Lifelong Learning Academy, which encourages and recognizes ongoing adult study by offering stimulating, high level courses and experiences to the general community. Attendance records are kept for those desiring to participate. Those who complete a certain number of hours will be granted recognition in the Academy as a Scholar (15 hours), a Master (30 hours) or a Fellow (45 hours). 

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