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July 10, 2016
"Jesus’ Friends and Enemies "
Dr. David Renwick
Sometimes Jesus seems a little unreal to us—but he lived in a period buzzing with religious, political and cultural changes, which included some who took his side, and others who opposed him. Senior Pastor Dr. David Renwick speaks at National Presbyterian Church on July 10, 2016.  

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June 26, 2016
"The Bible Cause"
Dr. John Fea
For 200 years the American Bible Society has influenced world history as it sought to place free copies of the Scriptures, translated into local languages, throughout the world. In the process, it has intersected with and influenced American culture. Dr. Fea is Professor of American History and Chair of the History Department, Messiah College.

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June 19, 2016
"Life After the Mainline: The Future of Protestantism"
Dr. Bruce Douglass
The denominations that once constituted the Protestant “establishment” in the U.S. no longer occupy that position. What might this mean for their future identity and mission? Dr. Douglass is Associate Professor, Department of Government, Georgetown University, and director of the Reformed Institute of Metropolitan Washington spoke at National Presbyterian Church on June 19, 2016.  

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June 12, 2016
"America’s Theologian: The Importance of Jonathan Edwards for the Church Today"
Dr. Steve Crocco
Jonathan Edwards (1703-1758) is America’s greatest theologian. Known largely as the preacher of “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God,” many dismissed him as cruel and bitter. But there is vastly more to this thinker and church leader, and Christians continue to read and discuss his writings. Dr. Crocco is Director, Yale University Divinity Library and spoke at National Presbyterian Church on June 12, 2016.  

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