Martha Williamson on “Touched By An Angel”

Martha Williamson on “Touched By An Angel”

Martha Williamson, Executive Producer of “Touched By An Angel,” generously donated her collection of original notes, script drafts, memos, materials and memorabilia from the program to Pepperdine University Libraries Special Collections. She spoke about the experience of shepherding this groundbreaking drama, and of how she integrated her faith into the vision of “Touched By An Angel.”

Father Michael Patella on Word and Image in the St John’s Bible

Father Michael Patella on Word and Image in the St John’s Bible

In a talk titled “Word and Image in The Saint John’s Bible,” Father Michael Patella discusses how The Saint John’s Bible—the first handwritten and hand-illuminated Bible commissioned by a Benedictine abbey since the invention of the printing press—can be read, viewed, and interpreted in a way that respects biblical inspiration and Christian tradition in our postmodern context. Father Patella, a professor of New Testament at the School of Theology Seminary of Saint John’s University in Collegeville, Minnesota, also served as chair of the Committee on Illumination and Text for The Saint John’s Bible. Father Patella considers this Bible in the context of the great Christian tradition of illuminated Bibles across the ages and also the fascinating ways The Saint John’s Bible reflects third-millennium concerns. He spoke at Pepperdine University Libraries on Thursday, March 7, 2013.

Father Michael Patella on the Birth of the St John’s Bible

Father Michael Patella on the Birth of the St John’s Bible

In a talk titled “Word and Image in The Saint John’s Bible,” Father Michael Patella discusses how The Saint John’s Bible—the first handwritten and hand-illuminated Bible commissioned by a Benedictine abbey since the invention of the printing press—can be read, viewed, and interpreted in a way that respects biblical inspiration and Christian tradition in our postmodern context. Father Patella, a professor of New Testament at the School of Theology Seminary of Saint John’s University in Collegeville, Minnesota, also served as chair of the Committee on Illumination and Text for The Saint John’s Bible. Father Patella considers this Bible in the context of the great Christian tradition of illuminated Bibles across the ages and also the fascinating ways The Saint John’s Bible reflects third-millennium concerns. He spoke at Pepperdine University Libraries on Thursday, March 7, 2013.

Father Michael Patella on Windows into the Divine

Father Michael Patella on Windows into the Divine

In a talk titled “Word and Image in The Saint John’s Bible,” Father Michael Patella discusses how The Saint John’s Bible—the first handwritten and hand-illuminated Bible commissioned by a Benedictine abbey since the invention of the printing press—can be read, viewed, and interpreted in a way that respects biblical inspiration and Christian tradition in our postmodern context. Father Patella, a professor of New Testament at the School of Theology Seminary of Saint John’s University in Collegeville, Minnesota, also served as chair of the Committee on Illumination and Text for The Saint John’s Bible. Father Patella considers this Bible in the context of the great Christian tradition of illuminated Bibles across the ages and also the fascinating ways The Saint John’s Bible reflects third-millennium concerns. He spoke at Pepperdine University Libraries on Thursday, March 7, 2013.

Father Michael Patella on Scripture as Food for the Soul

Father Michael Patella on Scripture as Food for the Soul

In a talk titled “Word and Image in The Saint John’s Bible,” Father Michael Patella discusses how The Saint John’s Bible—the first handwritten and hand-illuminated Bible commissioned by a Benedictine abbey since the invention of the printing press—can be read, viewed, and interpreted in a way that respects biblical inspiration and Christian tradition in our postmodern context. Father Patella, a professor of New Testament at the School of Theology Seminary of Saint John’s University in Collegeville, Minnesota, also served as chair of the Committee on Illumination and Text for The Saint John’s Bible. Father Patella considers this Bible in the context of the great Christian tradition of illuminated Bibles across the ages and also the fascinating ways The Saint John’s Bible reflects third-millennium concerns. He spoke at Pepperdine University Libraries on Thursday, March 7, 2013.

Father Michael Patella on Dynamic Tension

Father Michael Patella on Dynamic Tension

In a talk titled “Word and Image in The Saint John’s Bible,” Father Michael Patella discusses how The Saint John’s Bible—the first handwritten and hand-illuminated Bible commissioned by a Benedictine abbey since the invention of the printing press—can be read, viewed, and interpreted in a way that respects biblical inspiration and Christian tradition in our postmodern context. Father Patella, a professor of New Testament at the School of Theology Seminary of Saint John’s University in Collegeville, Minnesota, also served as chair of the Committee on Illumination and Text for The Saint John’s Bible. Father Patella considers this Bible in the context of the great Christian tradition of illuminated Bibles across the ages and also the fascinating ways The Saint John’s Bible reflects third-millennium concerns. He spoke at Pepperdine University Libraries on Thursday, March 7, 2013.

Dino Djalal on “Does Democracy Work?”

Dino Djalal on “Does Democracy Work?”

Dr. Dino Djalal, Indonesian Ambassador to the United States, speaks on Indonesia’s transition to democracy and the lessons that experience holds for nations of the Arab Spring.

Dino Djalal on Lessons from Indonesia

Dino Djalal on Lessons from Indonesia

Dr. Dino Djalal, Indonesian Ambassador to the United States, speaks on Indonesia’s transition to democracy and the lessons that experience holds for nations of the Arab Spring.

Dino Djalal on Indonesian Society

Dino Djalal on Indonesian Society

Dr. Dino Djalal, Indonesian Ambassador to the United States, speaks on Indonesia’s transition to democracy and the lessons that experience holds for nations of the Arab Spring.

Dino Djalal on Democratic Transition

Dino Djalal on Democratic Transition

Dr. Dino Djalal, Indonesian Ambassador to the United States, speaks on Indonesia’s transition to democracy and the lessons that experience holds for nations of the Arab Spring.