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Bishop Spong delivers many public lectures each year to standing-room-only crowds throughout the world. Under the video below is a schedule of his upcoming appearances.

Published on Jul 9, 2012

Bishop John Shelby Spong’s message might alienate certain types of believers–namely, biblical literalists. But he stands strong in his analysis of the Bible as a symbolic work and calls Christ’s followers today to recognize their teacher as a “boundary-breaker,” not a “blood offering.” This lecture ended Spong’s weeklong lecture on “Re-Claiming the Bible in a Non-Religious World.”

Sun Sep 20, 2015
INMAN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 27 Bishop Street, Inman, SC 29349

Sun  Sept 20                        



Sun: 11 a.m.                           Preach

        7  p.m.                           Lecture

Contact: The Rev. Edward Stallworth
Tel: 864 472-6023
E-mail: edwardstallworth@gmail.com
Sat Sep 26, 2015
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST 1735 Fifth Avenue West, Hendersonville, NC 28739

Sept 26-27                  



Sat:   10 a.m.                        Lecture

          2 p.m.                         Lecture

Sun:   10.30 a.m.                   Preach

           2 p.m.                        Lecture

Contact: Roger Smith
Tel: 828 692-8630 (office) 843 475-2024
E-mail: rs.smith@earthlink.net
Mon Oct 5, 2015
UNITY WORLDWIDE MINISTRIES EASTERN REGION Crowne Plaza Hotel, 2349 W. Marlton Pike, Cherry Hill, NJ 08002

Mon Oct 5                                      


Mon:   7 p.m.             Lecture

(Please register in advance $37)

Contact: April May
Tel: 443 854-5398
E-mail: aprisaromatics@aol.com

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