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Brown Bag Lunch - "A Visit to Jonathan Edwards' Study"

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Join us as Ken Minkema, director of the Jonathan Edwards Center at Yale Divinity School, walks us through the "material culture" of Edwards' Northampton study, providing a fascinating glimpse of the place where ground-breaking theology was written.


Wednesday, September 19th
12:00 - 1:00 pm

Join us for lunch at noon.
Program begins promptly at 12:15.

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