36TH ANNUAL FALL LECTURE SERIES
Twice yearly, Green Lake Church broadens its outlook by inviting guest speakers on topics of current interest. Each series comprises four sessions, a soup supper (potluck), and a vegetarian potluck lunch.

Fall 2015 Lecture Series
Archaeology for the 21st Century: New and Improved
October 23-24


with

Kent Bramlett, Associate Professor of Archaeology and History of Antiquity, La Sierra University, and member of The Center for Near Eastern Archaeology (CNEA)

Douglas Clark, Former Dean of the H. M. S. Richards School of Religion, La Sierra University, and Director of CNEA

Lawrence Geraty, President Emeritus, La Sierra University, and member of CNEA

Randal Wisbey, President, La Sierra University


Friday, October 23, 2015
6:30p Soup Supper (Potluck)
7:30p “Biblical Archaeology for the 21st Century” Panel discussion moderated by President Wisbey and involving the three representatives of the CNEA

Sabbath, October 24, 2015
9:30a Sabbath School: Alvin Kwiram in conversation with Douglas Clark and Kent Bramlett
11:00a “The Stones Cry Out” – Lawrence Geraty and Randal Wisbey – Introduction by Wes Lauer
12:30p Lunch (Potluck)
2:00p “Ancient Artifacts and Bible Stories” – John McLarty presiding

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36th Annual GLC Fall Lecture Series
Archaeology for the 21st Century: New and Improved

Friday night, October 23:
“Biblical Archaeology for the 21st Century”


Sabbath Morning Sermon, October 24:
“The Stones Cry Out”


Sabbath Afternoon, October 24:
“Ancient Artifacts and Bible Stories”