A Year with the Saint John’s Bible
EXHIBITS | LECTURES | SPECIAL EVENTS
BTSR has the rare and exclusive privilege to host the Heritage Edition of the Saint John’s Bible during the 2014-15 academic-year.This full-scale fine art edition of the original manuscript has never before been on display in Virginia.
Come see the volumes, learn about the creation of the first fully hand-written and illuminated Bible in more than 500 years. Enjoy lectures featuring BTSR faculty and experts from St. John’s University. Come, join the conversation!
Tim Ternes is the Director of The Saint John’s Bible at the Hill Museum & Manuscript Library in Collegeville, Minnesota. As director he works with the artistic team for the project, facilitating planning and exhibitions for the original pages and reproductions, as well as curating and caring for the original folios of the Bible. Tim also travels extensively offering presentations, exhibitions and educational programs for the Bible project and library collections.
Dr. Anton M. Koekemoer is a research astrophysicist at NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope. Koekemoer’s main research interests include the formation and growth of black holes and galaxies in the early universe and their growth over cosmic time. He has authored/coauthored over 400 astrophysics research papers in refereed journals, and he was recently ranked by Thomson-Reuters among the world’s most influential scientists of the past decade. He is also a committed Christian whose faith plays a central role in his life. He considers the universe to be one of the ways in God has chosen to reveal His glory to humankind, so that it is possible for our Christian faith to be reconciled in perfect harmony with our currently accepted scientific understanding of the universe.