January 2003 Photo Gallery One
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The January Series Presentation... every day for fifteen days
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Many of our "regulars" come early to get a good seat
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June Hamersma, Director of TJS, introduces Tom Wright
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Jaqueline Rhodes introduces James Skillen
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The presentation begins with a brief prayer and introduction
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The audience welcomes our presenter
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Tom Wright returns to TJS for a second year
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An appreciative audience
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Mark Hughes speaks about the future of stem cell research
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Harm de Blij points out the importance of understanding maps
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Barbara Brown Taylor shares with the audience about "The Preaching LIfe"
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Rod Englert searches the audience for an answer
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Jean Kilbourne explains how advertising corrupts relationships
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A beautiful setting for beautiful music
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The King's Noyse performs on Renaissance instruments
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Taking a bow
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June Hamersma thanks her staff, Kristi Potter and Jill Ter Molen
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James VanderKam answers questions from the audience
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Ed Golder moderates questions from the audience for Charles Krauthammer
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Quentin Schultze signs books after his presentation which opened the 2003 Series

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Stanley Hauerwas signs books following his presentation

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Audience members look at the large number of books available after Tom Wright's presentation
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James Skillen greets Congressman Vern Ehlers after his presentation
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Jean Kilbourne signs books after her presentation
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Richard Norton Smith greets audience members after his presentation
 
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