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MEETING ADDRESS

THE VILLAGE CHURCH

1300 SHERMER ROAD, NORTHBROOK, IL

 

September 13

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GREGORY ATHNOS | Emeritus Professor of Music, North Park University | Jewish Composers Who Did Not Survive the Holocaust: Hitler's Propaganda Camp at Terezin

October 4

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RABBI EVAN MOFFIC | Makom Solel Lakeside, Highland Park, IL | Reading the Old Testament Through Jewish Eyes

November 1

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DR. MICHAEL RYDELNIK | Professor of Jewish Studies, Moody Bible Institute, Host of Open Line, Moody Radio | The 50 Most Important Bible Questions

December 6

TBD

January 10

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TBD

February 7

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TBD

March 7

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TBD

April 11

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May 2

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June - August | Summer Break

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SEE YOU IN SEPTEMBER!

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PAST PRESENTERS:

Gregory Athnos, Dr. Richard Averbeck, Pastor John Bell, Jenny Berg Chandler, Mark Chassman, Dr. Stuart Dauermann, Aaron Elster, Rabbi Niles Goldstein, Dr. Ingrid Faro, Pastor Jacob Fronczak, Daniel Gruber, Stan Guthrie, Alan Handler, Sam Harris, Dr. Peter Hayes, Dr. James Hoffmeier, Pastor David Jankowski, Dr. Boaz Johnson, Dr. Walter Kaiser, Karen Kaplan, Rev. Dr. George Koch, Josh Larsen, Dr. Erwin Lutzer, Rabbi Evan Moffic, Dr. John Monson, Todd Morehead, Dr. Paul Nelson, Dr. Theresa Newell, Brian Newman, Randy Newman, Rev. Dan McNerney,  Dr. Jacob Rosenberg, Dr. Michael Rydelnik, Mimi Sagadin, Ben Schlan, Agnes Schwartz, Dr. Tim Sigler, Kevin Singer, Dr. Andrew Steinmann, Dan Strull, Wes Taber, Lois Tverberg, Murray Tilles, Michelle Van Loon, Dr. Michael Wechsler, Dr. Joel Willits, Michael Wolf, Dr. Julius Wong-Loi Sing, Jack Zimmerman

Please note that our current and past presenters do not necessarily share the same theological, doctrinal, or methodological perspectives, and their participation is not an endorsement of the Kesher Forum, the host church, or any of the organizations its participants are affiliated with. We don't expect them to. But we all agree that it is possible to learn from and have respectful dialogue with people we may disagree with and they with us.

Who is wise? One who learns from all people.

Talmud

 

That is the spirit of the Kesher Forum.