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2022 Hayward Lectures
October 3, 2022 - October 5, 2022
About Dr. Jeannine Brown
Dr. Brown, The David Price Professor of Biblical and Theological Foundations, has taught at Bethel Seminary for over 20 years, first at the St. Paul campus and more recently in San Diego. She teaches in the areas of New Testament, hermeneutics, and integration. Her books include The Gospels as Stories (2020), Becoming Whole and Holy: An Integrative Conversation about Christian Formation (2011), and Matthew (2015; Teach the Text series). She also co-edited the second edition of Jesus and the Gospels (2013). Her latest books include Relational Integration of Psychology and Christian Theology (with Steve Sandage), Scripture as Communication (2nd ed; 2021), and Philippians (2022). She has published numerous journal articles and book essays on the Gospels of Matthew and John, 1 Peter, and topics of hermeneutics. Some of these have been published in Journal of Biblical Literature, New Testament Studies, Catholic Biblical Quarterly, and Horizons in Biblical Theology. Jeannine thoroughly enjoys teaching in churches and ministries on the topics of Bible interpretation and the New Testament. She is married to Tim Brown, singer-songwriter, and has two adult daughters, Kate and Libby.
Lecture #1 “Philippians and the Christ Poem: Does Paul break into song in Philippians?”
Lecture #2 “Matthew and Jesus’ Riddles: Is Jesus a Messiah of Riddles?”
Lecture #3 “1 Peter and the Haustafeln: Why Put a Household Code in the Middle of the Letter?”
Red Sofa Conversation with Dr. Jeannine Brown
ADC Chapel with Dr. Brown
Lecture / Event
|Monday, October 3, 2022||7:00 pm||Lecture #1 “Philippians and the Christ Poem: Does Paul break into song in Philippians?”|
DIV 217 – Langley Classroom & Live-Stream
|Tuesday, October 4, 2022||2:00 pm||Red Sofa Conversation with Dr. Jeannine Brown||Live-Stream|
|Tuesday, October 4, 2022||7:00 pm||Lecture #2 “Matthew and Jesus’ Riddles: Is Jesus a Messiah of Riddles?”||DIV 217 – Langley Classroom & Live-Stream|
|Wednesday, October 5, 2022||11:15 am||ADC Chapel with Dr. Jeannine Brown||Sarah Daley Nickerson Chapel & Zoom|
|Wednesday, October 5, 2022||12:00 pm||Community Lunch||Served outside the Student Lounge|
|Wednesday, October 5, 2022||7:00 pm||Lecture #3 “1 Peter and the Haustafeln: Why Put a Household Code in the Middle of the Letter?”||DIV 217 – Langley Classroom & Live-Stream|
About the Hayward Lectures
Established and endowed in 1964 by Mrs. C. C. Hayward of Wolfville, the Hayward Lectures provide academic dialogue in order to stimulate critical engagement and reflection on key and emerging ideas in Church History, Christian Theology, and Biblical Studies.
Under the leadership of Dr. Danny Zacharias, the Hayward Lectures advances its vision by inviting world-class scholars to Acadia in the aforementioned disciplines to address the community each October on their freshest work and emerging or disruptive ideas in the formats of lecture, conversation, and writing.