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Martin Luther Bible Conference Videos


From 12th-13th September, Union Theological College hosted the Martin Luther: Bible Translator, Illustrator and Publisher International Conference. This event gathered a team of international scholars to investigate and assess Luther’s achievements and heritage, including his impact on the English Bible and implications for Bible translation more generally.

These illuminating sessions were recorded and are now available to view via the links below:

Union Theological College (vimeo.com)

Session 1: Featuring contributions from Dr Christine Ganslmayer and Rev Prof Gordon Campbell. https://vimeo.com/775749933

Session 2: Featuring contributions from Dr Fearghus O Fearghail and Prof Sabine Hiebsch. https://vimeo.com/778407573

Session 3: Featuring contributions from Rev Eric Kayayan and Rev Prof Gordon Campbell. https://vimeo.com/776111015

Session 4: Featuring contributions from Dr Paulian Petric. https://vimeo.com/778825696

Session 5: Featuring contributions from Dr Shawn Langley and Rev Dr Craig Bartholomew. https://vimeo.com/780289210

*Pictured - Rev Dr Craig Bartholomew (Kirby Laing Centre, Cambridge) delivering his presentation on 'Luther, the Bible and public theology.'

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