General Interest Items – October 31, 2012

Posted on Oct 28 2012 in General by admin

2.1 The Richmond Center for Christian Study – Richmond – November 3
2.2 Colonial Hearth Cooking Class – Henricus County – Registration Deadline November 3
2.3 The Richmond Center for Christian Study – Midlothian – November 9

 

2.1 The Richmond Center for Christian Study – Richmond – November 3

Movement Church (located at The Marquee)
3015 Cutshaw Avenue
Richmond, Virginia

Saturday, November 3, 2012, from 8 a.m. to noon. Cost: $10/adult.

The Richmond Center for Christian Study presents “Church Vitality and the Great Commission” with Dr. Ken Priddy. This training seminar is for church leaders seeking to both learn more about their church and to revitalize it.

See the website for more information; to register, contact Chris Daniel at 804-852-5151 or contact@richmondstudycenter.org.

http://richmondstudycenter.org

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2.2 Colonial Hearth Cooking Class – Henricus County – Registration Deadline November 3

Henricus Historical Park
251 Henricus Park Road
Chester, Virginia
Saturday, November 10, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Cost: $50/participant (ages 16 and up); class size is limited to eight.

Henricus Historical Park offers a Colonial Hearth Cooking Class, presented by historian and cook, Rebecca Suerdieck. Visitors will make and sample six different 17th-century recipes and receive printed materials with instructions from the class. A tour of the kitchen garden at Henricus is included. Wear clothing of natural fibers such as cotton or linen (cooking will take place over an open fire), and bring an apron and pot holders that may get dirty.

To register, call 804-748-1611, or visit the website for more information.

http://www.henricus.org/events/400th.asp

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2.3 The Richmond Center for Christian Study – Midlothian – November 9

Sycamore Presbyterian Church
510 Coalfield Road
Midlothian, Virginia

Friday, November 9, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Please see the website for cost options. You can pay in advance, at the door or by monthly subscription (there is a substantial discount if you attend regularly). Cost includes childcare.

The Richmond Center for Christian Study will also present “The Heresy of Orthodoxy: How Contemporary Culture’s Fascination with Diversity has Reshaped Our Understanding of Early Christianity,” with Dr. Michael J. Kruger, Academic Dean, Reformed Theological Seminary, Charlotte, North Carolina.

Beginning with Walter Bauer in 1934, the denial of clear orthodoxy in early Christianity has shaped and largely defined modern New Testament criticism, recently given new life through the work of spokesmen such as Bart Ehrman. Kruger not only counters the “Bauer Thesis” using its own terms, but also engages overlooked evidence from the New Testament.

See the website for more information; to register, contact Chris Daniel at 804-852-5151 or contact@richmondstudycenter.org.

http://richmondstudycenter.org

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