Attending a Library Lecture

We hope not only to provide physical resources to study the Bible, but also to foster a challenging intellectual environment for everyone interested in Biblical studies. The library hosts several lectures throughout the year when we bring in a biblical scholars, renowned theologians, or archaeologist to give a stimulating presentation on their research. The topics of these lectures range from examining seminal texts of the Christian doctrine to exploring how theology affects the Christian's worldview on a day-to-day basis. More information about previous lecturers can be found here.

Our lectures are free and open to the public. We do ask that you register online to attend so that we know how many people are coming. Most lectures are followed by a reception in the library.

Starting in the fall of 2020, all lectures can be viewed live on the Lanier Theological Library YouTube channel. (Subscribe to be reminded!!!)

Q: How do I find out about future lectures?
A: Please visit our Upcoming Events Page on our website to see future lectures. Sign up for our e-newsletter (on the home page) to be notified when we open registration and add new events.

Q: Where do I register for upcoming events?
A: Go to our Upcoming Events Page and for each event, you will find a link titled “Register here” when registration opens. Registration typically opens 2 months prior to the event.

Q: Is there a way to watch previous lectures?
A: All links to lectures, panels and accompanying resources from previous lecturers can be found here.

Please contact us with any questions. We hope to see you soon at our upcoming lectures!

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