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January 2021

Zoom webinar in English: «The History of the King James Bible» by Pål-Espen Tørisen

28. January 18:00-19:00
Webinar,
Free

This is the colourful story of how the English King James Bible (1611) came to be, and eventually became, the world's most printed and widespread book.…

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March 2021

Zoom webinar in English: “Erasmus and the Greek New Testament” by Pål-Espen Tørisen

1. March 18:00-19:00
Free

The presentation will be on Zoom Webinar, a service for seminars and other public events online, where only the speaker will appear and be heard. None…

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Zoom webinar in English: “The importance of the Dead Sea Scrolls for modern Bible translations” by Alex Gonzalez

22. March 18:00-19:00
Free

In 1947 the most important archaeological discovery of the 20th century was made in a cave near the Dead Sea. The oldest biblical manuscripts recorded to…

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April 2021

Zoom webinar in English: “Biblical figures confirmed by archeology- Part 2” by Dan-Åke Mattsson

22. April 18:00-19:00
Free

Zoom webinar in English: "Biblical figures confirmed by archeology- Part 2" by Dan-Åke Mattsson. «Time is the Bible’s Best Friend». The reason for this statement is the…

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May 2021

Zoom webinar in Spanish: ” Los Rollos del Mar Muerto y el Tetragrámaton” by Alex Gonzalez

3. May 18:00-19:00

En 1947 se hizo el hallazgo arqueológico más importante del siglo XX, en una cueva de Qumrán cerca del Mar Muerto. Se encontraron los manuscritos bíblicos…

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Zoom webinar in English: “To what extent are Bible translations governed by theology?» by Associate Professor of Religion Morten Beckmann

27. May 18:00-19:00
Free

No translations are made in a vacuum. Bible translations will always be influenced by the context in which they are created. Traditionally, Bible translations have been…

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