The 400th anniversary of the King James Version Bible will be honored in the U.S. Capitol Building. At this event, our very own Dean Emeritus Dr. Donald L. Brake will be the expert speaker.
- Mansfield Room
- Monday, May 2, 2011
- 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.
There's been a lot of talk about "hell" on campus lately. What with new books espousing more universal views and the classically-held version of the subject - it's become, well, a hot topic (ahem).
2011 is a big year for the King James Version Bible. Not only is it the 400th Anniversary, but Dr. Donald L. Brake, dean emeritus of Multnomah Biblical Seminary and avid Bible collector, will release two important books on the topic:
A Visual History of the King James Bible
A Royal Monument of English Literature: The King James Version 1611-2011. Read the rest of this entry »
Between January 19 and April 22, Multnomah University's Career Services department is offering workshops designed to help students formulate a post-graduation plan (Alumni who show up won't be turned away, but call ahead because space is limited).
Yesterday, Seminary professor Dr. Paul Louis Metzger was the guest on The Georgene Rice Show. She had him in to talk about his new book - a commentary on the Gospel of John titled "When Love Comes To Town".
How quickly life can change! My husband Lynn and I were on our way to church one Sunday morning when he suffered a major stroke. (I was driving!) I continued on to the church and immediately called 911 and he was taken directly to the nearest hospital by ambulance. Only about 20 minutes had elapsed between the start of the stroke and arrival at the hospital. Read the rest of this entry »
Last Spring, Multnomah launched a new Emergency Notification System - you may again be seeing posters around campus that look like the one below. It is a part of our ongoing effort to ensure greater campus safety and communication. Hopefully, we'll never have to use it, but in the event that something serious happens, we would like to spread the word quickly! Read the rest of this entry »