TBD 2022 Pastor workshop in at Friendly Temple in St. Louis, Missouri, led by Dr. David E. Jackson, Associate Director of African American Affairs at The Philos Project, and Dr. Dru Johnson
These upcoming in-person events have been postponed due to COVID-19.
Rescheduling “The Bible Thinks” Workshop for Pastors in Cambridge. Date is TBD.
Rescheduling Are the New Testament Texts Hebraic or Judaic in Thought? with N.T. Wright and Dr. Dru Johnson. Wycliffe Hall at Oxford University. Date is TBD.
March 2, 2022 Dr. Matthew Kaemingk of Fuller Seminary and author of Christian Hospitality and Muslim Immigration in an Age of Fear gave a talk to discuss policies concerning Muslim immigration, and whether Scripture can offer guidance. It was co-sponsored by the Center for Hebraic Thought and the Institute on Democracy and Religion.
June 3, 2021 Dr. Dru Johnson launched his new book, Biblical Philosophy: A Hebraic Approach to the Old and New Testaments, at The Philos Project office and discussed the importance of Hebraic thought with fellow panelists: Robert Nicholson, President and Founder of The Philos Project; Jesse Rojo, Hispanic Affairs Director; and Dr. David E. Jackson, Associate Director of African American Affairs. [event recording]
April 6, 2021 An Engagement with Leon Kass and His New Commentary on Exodus, Founding God’s Nation: Reading Exodus, co-hosted on Zoom with the Kirby Laing Centre
January 31, 2020 Hebraic Roots of Modern Equality: Rabbi Dr. Joshua Berman (Bar-Ilan University, Israel) gave a talk on our modern notion of equality that was uniquely sculpted in the Hebrew Bible. Politics professors—Dr. Innes, and Dr. Griffin— and CHT fellow Dr. Shira Weiss offered responses and questions.
February 14–15, 2020 The Bible Thinks (Lecture & Workshop): A combination of lectures and workshopping for those interested in understanding biblical teaching on complex theology. Dr. Peter Leithart from the Theopolis Institute worked through questions of God’s perfection, with the aim of helping us in the Church think more clearly about what Scripture teaches and how biblical thought can guide our theology. Dr. Dru Johnson from the Center for Hebraic Thought led the workshop.
August 1, 2019 Symposium: Is the Old Testament Relevant? with Dr. Dru Johnson and Chosen People Ministries.
September 26, 2019 Center for Hebraic Thought Launch Event (NYC)
October 11, 2019 (Dr. Dru Johnson) University of St Andrews (Logos Institute): “Mapping Hebraic Philosophy across Story, Law, and Poetry.”
November 1, 2019 Moral Progress? Does the Hebrew Bible Give the World Moral Progress or Just Another System of Morality? with Dr. Jeremiah Unterman.
The King’s College, NYC.
November 15, 2019 The Bible Thinks (Workshop): Real Life Problems and Scripture’s Thoughts on Knowing (at the American Bible Society in Philadelphia).