ICYMI: Robert Kolb on “Free to Be Holy”

On August 31, 2020, Professor Emeritus Robert Kolb virtually delivered the lecture “Free to Be Holy” for the Lutheran Study Days organized by the Bergen Congregation of DELK (Det Evangelisk Lutherske Kirkesamfunn – The Evangelical Lutheran Church) and the Bjørgvin diocese department of the FBB (For Bibel og Bekjennelse – an independent Norwegian Confessional movement) in Norway. The conference is ordinarily held in the city of Bergen, Norway. Due to COVID-19, this year’s presentations are presented virtually every day from August 20 to September 13, around the theme “Free and Locked Up.”

For more information about the conference:
http://www.fordypningsdager.com/en/front-page/

The full slate of presentations are available via video at YouTube:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCD-6xia3Way8k7XECrcp4ww

The presentations are also available via audio:
http://www.bibeltimer.com/fordypningsdager/fordypningsdager-2020/

And podcast:
https://www.podbean.com/site/search/index?sourceid=navbar_search&v=LF20

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