Saint John’s Bible Heritage Program coming to Concordia
This coming academic year, Concordia will feature a year-long educational emphasis related to the Saint John’s Bible Heritage Program. The Saint John’s Bible is the first hand-lettered, artistically illuminated version of the Bible produced in the last 500 years.
Through the SJB Heritage Program two of the seven volumes of this work of faith, art and culture will be displayed on campus throughout the year and all seven volumes will be on display for one month of the year. In addition, online resources and several speakers will be available to the university.
“We believe Concordia faculty will find the Heritage Program to be a new and refreshing opportunity to enhance faith and learning in their classrooms,” said Lonn Maly (’81), vice president for academic affairs.