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Honors Lecture: The Many Faces of the Christian Faith

Monday, September 18th | 8:00 PM
Merillat Centre for the Arts; Longaker Recital Hall

Dr. Mark Fairchild, professor of Bible and religion, presents, “The Many Faces of the Christian Faith,” to kick off the first Honors Program lecture of the school year. Dr. Fairchild is currently the Program Director for the Ephesus Meeting, an academic conference at the ancient site of Ephesus in Turkey. He annually travels to Turkey, Greece, Israel, Egypt and Jordan for research and to conduct study tours. His recent discovery of two previously unknown ancient synagogues in Turkey (including the world’s oldest known synagogue) was published in the Biblical Archaeology Review in 2012.

Huntington University is committed to scholarship and promoting a broad, integrated learning experiences that helps students lead lives of personal fulfillment and God-honoring service. The Honors Program is one initiative geared toward achieving this objective.

Presenter: Dr. Mark Fairchild
Contact Information
Dr. Todd Martin
tmartin@huntington.edu
(260) 359-4240