A new series of dynamic talks led by Biblical Theology and Philosophy scholars
Monday, October 1, 2012 at 7:00pm
Discover the treasure of Scripture!
Kevin Clarke on "Our Lady as the Model of Faith for the Year of Faith."
Prof. Clarke will look at the Scriptural accounts of Our Lady's life and how her faith is evident from Scripture.
Kevin M. Clarke is an Adjunct Professor of Biblical Languages at JP Catholic. He holds a Master's in theology with a specialization in catechetics from Franciscan University of Steubenville. He began his work in the media industry at 17 as an editorial assistant at The Roanoke Times, where he later served as a copy editor and page designer. He worked under Dr. Mark Miravalle, a renowned scholar on Our Lady, assisting in the publication of books, the production of radio shows and video, and the management of multiple Web sites. He previously taught theology, writing, journalism, and other subjects at St. Joseph Academy in San Marcos. In addition to teaching New Testament Greek at JP Catholic, he teaches theology at JSerra Catholic High School in San Juan Capistrano. He is the author of a chapter on Benedict XVI's Mariology in De Maria Numquam Satis: The Significance of the Catholic Doctrines on the Blessed Virgin Mary for All People (University Press of America, 2009), and has contributed to the New Catholic Encyclopedia. He writes regularly for Zenit News Agency on the theology of Pope Benedict XVI.
Scripture Unlocked is a free series of Scripture lectures, featuring a different speaker and topic on the first Monday of every month at John Paul the Great Catholic University in Scripps Ranch at 7pm. The talk and Q&A following are led by one of our Biblical Theology professors or MA Biblical Theology students. Their various talks focus on a specific passage of Scripture so the community can gain a richer understanding of the Bible for a closer relationship with Christ and His Church.
For more information, contact Fred Valdez at John Paul the Great Catholic University, by phone (858.653.6740) or email@example.com
The event is free but registration is requested. Please register here: