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Fri, Jun 18


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The New Testament Interfaith Dialogue Series

Join eight scholars from eight different Christian religious traditions as they come together to discuss their respective interpretations of John 6:47-58 and John 14:15-26 from the New Testament.

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The New Testament Interfaith Dialogue Series

Time & Location

Jun 18, 2021, 9:00 AM EDT – Jun 19, 2021, 6:20 PM EDT

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About the Event

For the last three years, the John A. Widtsoe Foundation has organized interfaith Christian dialogue events focusing on the teachings of the New Testament. These meetings gathered scholars from across the country, representing eight different Christian traditions, to discuss their interpretations of scripture passages to foster a greater understanding, appreciation, and fellowship among the Christian community.

For its fourth New Testament Comparative Passages event, the Widtsoe Foundation is partnering with Museum of the Bible for a special, two-day meeting where participants may attend morning and afternoon dialogue sessions covering a variety of topics, including the different ways in which their traditions find meaning in Jesus's teachings about the Bread of Life (John 6:47–58) and the Comforter (John 14:15–26).

The New Testament Interfaith Dialogue Series will be held in person at Museum of the Bible and livestreamed online through Facebook Live. Virtual attendance is free.

In-person attendance of the event is free, but museum admission is required for entry.

Please note that if you are attending the event in person, you will need to register for the event here and purchase tickets to the museum. You may purchase museum tickets here.


  • 3 hours 30 minutes

    John 6:47-58: “The Bread of Life” | Morning Session

    Facebook Live

  • 3 hours 30 minutes

    John 6:47-58: “The Bread of Life” | Afternoon Session

    Facebook Live
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