December 2 – Medieval Armenians Consider the Image of God

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Medieval Armenians Consider the Image of God

The Implications of Genesis 1:26-27

Monday, December 2, 2013 at 7 p.m.
The General Theological Seminary
Close Room, Seabury Hall

440 West 21st Street (between 9th & 10th Ave)
New York City

If human beings are made in the image of God, what does that imply for our self-understanding? And how does it expand our human understanding of God? The evening’s presentation looks at these questions through the eyes of 13th century theological students in an Armenian monastery, as they dialogue with their teacher on the meaning of Genesis 1:26-27.

There will be a discussion with a panel of members from the faculty of The General Theological Seminary. A wine and cheese reception will follow. For more information, please call 914-636-2003 or email info@stnersess.edu

 

2009-12 Roberta Irvine webRoberta Ervine is Professor of Armenian Studies at St. Nersess Armenian Seminary in New Rochelle, New York, where she teaches courses on Armenian Patristics and Spirituality in their historical context.