In the next in our #SatSess series, Rich Wyld has agreed to return and give us an insight into the book of Revelation - we think chapter 14. As he pulls together his arguments into his PhD thesis, a real chance to hear of work in progress - and - you never know - influence what's written in his thesis.
Rich, can you give us a brief insight into who you are, what you do, and what your specialism(s) is/are?
I’m studying for a PhD here in Durham as part of the CODEC team. My work focuses on how we interpret the Bible as Christian scripture, but I’m also interested in technology and ethics, and how we have invested hope in technology in different ways. I have done ordination training up here, and will be starting my curacy this summer.
See the Storify from Rich's previous session in this series.
The above ticket is to join us online only, although you are welcome to come and join us at St John's (we'll be in the Wesley Study Centre), or LST arranges a lunch to accompany the livestream. Look out for the hashtag #bigbible on Twitter, Facebook conversations, join us online live, or check out the recording afterwards.
Read more about these events: http://bigbible.org.uk/about-2-2/events/bigbible-bigger-conversations/
When & Where
CODEC, University of Durham
CODEC is based at St John’s College, Durham University, and explores the interfaces between the Bible, the digital environment and contemporary culture. Our research focuses upon theology, preaching and discipleship in a digital age.