The Theology, Art & the Imagination of The Saint John’s Bible
4 p.m. Wednesday, March 15 in the Scandinavian Cultural Center
The role of imagination in theology and the life of discipleship is often underappreciated. We will explore the role of imagination in the call to conversion and the promise of the kingdom. The illuminated Saint John’s Bible will be used as a case study in the role of art to stimulate our imagination and help us learn to see how God is at work in the world and our lives.
Dr. Bill Cahoy, Dean Emeritus and Associate Professor of Theology, will be be presenting on the Saint John’s Bible.
A reception will follow the presentation by Dr. Cahoy.
- Speaker: Dr. Bill Cahoy, Emeritus and Associate Professor of Theology
- Time: 4 p.m.
- Date: Wednesday, March 15
- Place: Scandinavian Cultural Center at PLU
Free and open to the public
About Dr. Bill Cahoy
Dr. Bill Cahoy, Dean Emeritus and Associate Professor of Theology, served as Dean of Saint John’s School of Theology and Seminary from 1995 – 2015. He completed his masters and doctoral work at Yale University, and served as chair of the Department of Theology at the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University. He currently directs a Lilly-funded project to equip pastoral leaders for community formation in parishes and congregations.