This event will be held at:
The Italian Community Center (Festa Ballroom)
631 East Chicago Street
Milwaukee, WI 53202
$30 per person (fee includes plated breakfast)
$240 per table (8-10 persons)
(Italian Community Center Members & Cardinal Stritch University staff and current students receive a 50% discount)
Friday, September 23, 2016
Daniel Scholz, Ph.D.
Early Christian Civil Wars: Conflict among the Faithful
Revealed in the Later New Testament Writings
The last nine books of the New Testament – from Hebrews to the Revelation of John – present a Church in the growing pains of conflict, dissention, and false teachers. The presentation will mine through these lesser-known New Testament writings with an eye toward
lessons for today’s Church.
Dan Scholz is the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Cardinal Stritch University. He has a Ph.D. in biblical theology from Marquette University and is a nationally respected and published scripture scholar. He is the author of Jesus in the Gospels and Acts and The Pauline Letters. His third book, The Catholic Epistles, Hebrews, and Revelation, is due to be
released on September 1, 2016. Dan is a popular speaker in parishes throughout southeast Wisconsin.
For more information, contact Michael Taylor at 414-410-4353 or email@example.com
For online registration, click here.