Lecture and Book Signing at City Seminary of New York – Oct. 18
Dr. Natalie R. W. Eastman, author of Women, Leadership, and the Bible: How Do I Know What to Believe? A Practical Guide to Biblical Interpretation (Wipf & Stock Publishers, May 2014; http://www.womenleadershipbible.com), will lecture on
“Cutting through the Words to Get to the Word:
Discerning What God Says in Scripture
– for Yourself
(Rather than Simply Relying on What Everyone around You
Says God Says!)”
[alert type=”notice, warning, success, error, info” icon=”star” close=”true”]Free Admission. Light lunch provided, so please RSVP by Oct. 15.[/alert]
Date: Saturday, October 18, 2014
Time: 11:00 am–1:30 pm
Book sales and signing will follow the lecture.
Location: Walls-Ortiz Gallery and Center, City Seminary of New York
This event is sponsored and hosted by Women of Wonder! Inc.
About Women, Leadership, and the Bible:
Dr. Eastman’s book, Women, Leadership, and the Bible, pays particular attention to the often-difficult issue of women’s roles in church leadership. Yet, it’s not another book telling women and men what to believe about women’s roles. Rather, it teaches them how to interpret the Bible so they may understand it and discern their own viewpoint.
[testimonial author=”Jonalyn Fincher, author of Ruby Slippers, vice president of Soulation.org”]I have heard women tell me their one life wish is to study the Scriptures. I am delighted to be able to say they finally can, without going to seminary. Natalie Eastman dignifies women’s minds with her careful steps for understanding the Bible. You will finish prepared to face those ‘problem passages’ not just about women’s roles but about everything. Natalie Eastman is an ideal guide because she refuses to tell you what to think; instead she delivers the tools that all teachers of the Bible use to unlock meaning and application.[/testimonial]
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