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Hagar’s voice: Listening to the marginalized

The voices of enslaved woman and girls usually go unheard, even in the Bible. But the story of Hagar is different.

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60-minute webinar with Q&A
March 6, 2024, at 6:30 p.m. EST
On-demand replay will be available

Join Outlook Editor/Publisher Teri McDowell Ott in an opportunity to learn from Margaret Aymer, Austin Theological Seminary’s vice president for academic affairs, dean of faculty, and professor of New Testament studies at the seminary.

The voices of enslaved woman and girls usually go unheard, even in the Bible. But the story of Hagar is different. This webinar will investigate how the book of Genesis raises up the enslaved Egyptian woman Hagar as a mother, a God-namer, and perhaps even the theological teacher of Abraham.

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When you order today, you will receive a confirmation email. In the week preceding the webinar, you will receive a separate email with Zoom information. After the webinar, you will receive a recording of the webinar and any slides that are used during the presentation.

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We ask that you pay $10 for individual viewing and $20 if the recording is going to be viewed by a group. If your group is larger than 25, please email rwestry@pres-outlook.org for pricing.

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This webinar is one way that Presbyterian Outlook funds our ministry of being a prophetic, pastoral and independent publication focused on creating trustworthy resources and spaces for conversation. Thank you for your support.

The artwork is “Hagar and Ishmael” by Abel Pann (1883–1963).

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