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Resilient Faith & God’s Embrace During Crisis
April 2, 2021 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Join us this Good Friday
Dr. Barry Huff will talk about the true meaning of Easter
This Good Friday talk will inspire your resilience through our world’s current crises by featuring biblical texts written during crises and biblical characters who overcame crises, including Hagar, Job, and Jesus. Through the lens of lament psalms, the Gospels depict Jesus’s crucifixion.
During this pandemic, we persevere with Christ through our crises and crosses. While we practice social distancing, nothing can distance us “from the love of God in Christ Jesus our Lord” (Romans 8:39 NRSV).
As we celebrate that “He is risen” (Mark 16:6), we too rise with Christ through resilient “faith in the power of God” (Colossians 2:12 CEB).
This Easter, may Jesus’s resurrection inspire our resurrection of faith!
Please join us online in either English or Spanish at thirdchurchnyc.com
or listen in English only via phone by dialing: 1.646.558.8656 • Meeting ID: 771 037 297 # #
Call: 212.838.1870 for more information. We hope you can join us!
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Dr. Barry R. Huff is Associate Professor of Biblical Studies and Chair of the Religious Studies Department at Principia College, where the student body twice selected him as Principia College’s Teacher of the Year. Huff’s dissertation and recent publications focus on the book of Job. He has lectured extensively on biblical studies across the United States and internationally, and he is a coeditor of Seeking Wisdom’s Depths and Torah’s Heights: Essays in Honor of Samuel E. Balentine (Smyth & Helwys, 2020). Huff graduated with master’s degrees from Eden Theological Seminary and Columbia Theological Seminary and with a Ph.D. in Biblical Studies from Union Presbyterian Seminary.