We are deeply honoured to welcome Professor Susan Ashbrook Harvey, Willard Prescott and Annie McClelland Smith Professor of History and Religion, Brown University, USA, to lead a session of the Eastern Christianity in Interfaith Contexts Reading Group.
The reading material will be circulated to those who will register in advance.
Here are the details of this fascinating session.
Topic: Jacob of Sarug on the Canaanite Woman (Mt 15:21-28, Mk 7:24-30): Biblical Storytelling and Models of Faith
Speaker: Professor Susan Ashbrook Harvey, Willard Prescott and Annie McClelland Smith Professor of History and Religion, Brown University, USA.
Chair: Professor Sebastian Brock, FBA, University of Oxford, UK.
Date: 25 August, 2022
Time: 17:00-18:00 BST | 9:00-10:00 PT | 12:00-13:00 ET
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