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HBU Dunham Bible Museum Marks the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation

The Houston Baptist University Dunham Bible Museum will mark the 500th anniversary of the Reformation by hosting special guest and distinguished scholar Dr. Paul Maier, professor emeritus of history at Western Michigan University. Dr. Maier will reflect on the centrality of the Bible to Martin Luther, and the Reformation that stemmed from his “95 Theses.”

“The Bible, Martin Luther and the Reformation”

6:30 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 31

Belin Chapel of the Morris Cultural Arts Center

7502 Fondren Road

(There will be two lectures with a refreshment break between.)

The event is free, but registration is requested via dseverance@HBU.edu or 281-649-3287.

 

The Dunham Bible Museum will be open before and after the lectures. Visitors should take in the special exhibit, “God’s Word Endures Forever: Luther and the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation.”

Visit HBU.edu/BibleMuseum to learn more about the museum.

 

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