Publishers Weekly ~
What if Marcion's canon-which consisted only of Luke's Gospel and Paul's letters, entirely omitting the Old Testament-had become Christianity's canon? Bart Ehrman (The Orthodox Corruption of Scripture), a professor of religion at UNC Chapel Hill, offers answers to these and other questions in this book, which rehearses the now-familiar story of the tremendous diversity of early Christianity and its eventual suppression by a powerful "proto-orthodox" faction.

2013-2014 Schedule of
Speaking Engagements
by Bart D. Ehrman

Dr. Ehrman is much sought after as a speaker for colleges, universities, divinity schools, civic groups, and religious organizations of all kinds. For his speaking fees and scheduling possibilities, please contact him directly, at: behrman@email.unc.edu.

Date
Location
Subject
Organization
Sept. 12-13
UNC-Chapel Hill
“How Jesus Became God”
Program for the Humanities
November 6
Seattle
“The Gospel of Judas”
American Gnostic School
November 22
Baltimore
“The Odd Appearances of the Gospel
of Peter”
Biblical Archaeology Society
November 24
Baltimore
“Forgery and Counterforgery”
Society of Biblical Literature
December 7
Washington, DC
“The Other Gospels”
Smithsonian Associates
January 21
Richmond, VA
“Other Gospels”
University of Richmond
April 4
Florence Alabama
Debate on “God and the Problem of Suffering” (with Kyle Butt)
University of Northern Alabama
April 12
Washington DC
“How Jesus Became God”
Smithsonian Associates

You may print a PDF version of the schedule by clicking HERE.

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