Five Candler faculty members and two alumni will headline Glenn Memorial United Methodist Church’s summer lecture series, “Reformation: Past, Present, and Future.” The lectures will take place on Sunday mornings from 9:45 to 10:30 a.m. in Glenn’s Ward Fellowship Hall between the 8:30 and 11:00 a.m. worship services. The sessions are free, and all are welcome. The schedule of lecturers and topics is below. As they occur, audio recordings of the lectures will be available here.

June 5: Susan Hylen, Associate Professor of New Testament: “Reshaping Scripture: Reformation Interpretations of the Gospel of John.”

June 12: Brent A. Strawn, Professor of Old Testament: “The Old Testament and Re-Formation, Part 1: Exodus and Pharaoh, King of Egypt.”

June 19: Brent A. Strawn, Professor of Old Testament: “The Old Testament and Re-Formation, Part 2: Deuteronomy and (Other) Kings.”

June 26: Susan Hylen, Associate Professor of New Testament: “Reshaping Scripture: Reformation Interpretations of Galatians.”

July 3: Holiday brunch and hymn sing

July 10: The Rev. Kimberly Wagner 09T 21G: "When Trauma Strikes: Re-forming our Theology in the Face of Mass Shootings."

July 17: M. Patrick Graham, Librarian and Margaret A. Pitts Professor of Theological Bibliography: “The 500th Anniversary of Erasmus' Greek New Testament.”

July 24: M. Patrick Graham, Librarian and Margaret A. Pitts Professor of Theological Bibliography: “The 500th Anniversary of Martin Luther's 95 Theses in 2017.”

July 31: Won Chul Shin 13T 22G: "After Reformation: Pietism and Its Influence on John Wesley."

August 7:  Thomas W. Elliott Jr., Assistant Professor in the Practice of Practical Theology: "Methodist Reformations."

August 14: Joel M. LeMon, Associate Professor of Old Testament: “Reformation and Art.”

Glenn Memorial United Methodist Church is located on the campus of Emory University, at 1660 North Decatur Road, Atlanta, GA 30307.