Vanderbilt University issued this press release:
A Vanderbilt Divinity School professor will discuss what the Hebrew Bible has to say about immigration issues at a community breakfast on Thursday, March 13.Various studies of the intersection of immigration and the Bible are available on the Internet. Just search for the Bible and immigration on Google.
Alice Hunt, associate dean for academic affairs and assistant professor of Hebrew Bible at the divinity school, will speak on “Strangers, Aliens, Residents and Walls: The Bible and Immigration.”
The breakfast, from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. in the refectory of Vanderbilt Divinity School, is open to the public but advance reservations are required to attend. Cost for breakfast is $10.
To register, call 615-936-8453 or go to www.vanderbilt.edu/divinity/breakfasts.html and register online.
Vanderbilt Divinity School stages several community breakfasts each semester to offer fellowship and insights on topics of interest.
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