Faculty and Graduate Student Colloquium with Professor Joel S. Baden (Yale University)
What does it mean when, in the Hebrew Bible, God’s first words to humanity are “be fruitful and mulIply”? More importantly, what does it mean for those who are unable to do so? What kind of response does religion, and the Bible specifically, have to offer for this quesIon in today’s world?
CU Boulder Eaton Humanities 350
12:30 - 2:00 pm
Lunch will be provided
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