Image from the “Tapestry of Light” exhibit, by Dr. Irene Barbieri
“Apocalypse” means “revelation” (not destruction), so these Biblical specialists and artists explore images in the Book of Revelation that explore human suffering and struggle in the light of the promised hope of the book.
Dr. Stephen L Cook: Catherine N. McBurney Professor of Old Testament at Virginia Theological Seminary.
Dr. Deborah Sokolove, Professor Emeritus, former Director of the Henry Luce III Center for the Arts and Religion, Wesley Theological Seminary.
Dr. Ben Witherington III: Jean R. Amos Professor of New Testament, Asbury Theological Seminary.
Dr. Denise Dombkowski Hopkins: Woodrow W. and Mildred B. Miller Professor of Biblical Theology, Wesley Theological Seminary.
A reception and local artist exhibit/conversation will follow the panel discussion. Artists with images from Revelation include Amy Gray, Peggy Parker and Deborah Sokolove, and Tom Xenakis.
Pre-tour of the remarkable special exhibit, “The Tapestry of Light” built around the book of Revelation is available at 5:00 pm (for a fee).
RSVP required RSVP for the Oct. 10 event
Museum of the Bible
400 Fourth Street SE
Washington, DC 20024
(near Federal Center SW Metro blue and orange lines)
Event on the 5th floor in the World Stage Theater
Street parking or nearby garages