VISITING SCHOLAR

   
 

Our Mission

The Visiting Scholar Program is committed to bringing well known Bible Scholars and theologians to Village Church and the community...
  • to offer fresh and challenging new ideas,
  • to deepen our understanding of the wisdom of the past,
  • and to stimulate our hunger to know more fully the God we worship and rely upon.

Sponsored by Presbyterian Women of Village Presbyterian Church

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Photo by Mark McDonald

SAVE THE DATE!
Friday & Saturday, April 20 & 21, 2007

 The Visiting Scholar Program
welcomes back

Marcus Borg, PhD

 Best-selling author, popular speaker &
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ne of the leading historical Jesus scholars of this generation –

Marcus Borg - 2003

 A weekend lecture series –
Intentional Christianity: Sharing God's Dream

 An event sponsored by Presbyterian Women of Village Presbyterian Church

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 Marcus J. Borg (PhD, Oxford University) returns to Village Church to offer up fresh perspectives to living our Christian faith in contemporary times.  The author of more than 10 books, including the best-selling Jesus: A New Vision, Meeting Jesus Again for the First Time andThe Heart of Christianity: How We Can Be Passionate Believers Today (2003), Dr. Borg is Hundere Distinguished Professor of Religion and Culture at Oregon State University.

For highlights from Marcus Borg’s 2003 visit to Village Church, please visit http://www.mvick.org/VS/Marcus%20Borg.htm.

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 Marcus Borg is a key force
in the emerging ‘new paradigm’ of Christian faith.

[The Heart of Christianity] will be a great gift to those who have so much to unlearn in and about the church. It will, moreover, nourish new Christians who are moving beyond popular caricatures of faith, inviting them to the real stuff.
Borg is ‘on a roll,’ and here ‘the roll’ takes on additional momentum,
a happy outcome for us all.”
– Walter Brueggemann
Columbia Theological Seminary

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This Visiting Scholar Program is sponsored by the Presbyterian Women of Village Presbyterian Church.