A couple of people have asked me about my upcoming speaking schedule, so I thought I would post it here. I have broken it down into two separate lists. The first are my book readings to promote Jesus Before the Gospels, the book being published on March 1. Most authors no longer do big book tours, since they rarely generate much by way of sales; and most authors are oh so glad not to be doing these any more (they sound glamorous, but they oh-so-are-not). So my book readings involve just the local Independent book shops. But if you’re in the area, come to one of them. I think they’re great fun. Here they are.
Tues, March 1 @ 7 pm Quail Ridge Books and Music (Raleigh) –
Wed, March 2 @ 7 pm Flyleaf Books (Chapel Hill) –
Tues, March 8 @ 7 pm Regulator Bookshop (Durham) –
Wed, March 9 @ 3 pm Bull’s Head Bookshop at UNC (Chapel Hill) –
Sat, March 12 @ 11 am McIntyre’s Books (Pittsboro) –
In addition I am giving a number of talks, hither and yon around the country. Some of these involve multiple lectures (two or four); all of these are open to the public, but many of them require advance tickets.
Feb 12-13 New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. New Orleans (Greer-Heard Forum) . Debate with Michael Bird on “How Jesus Became God”; Contact: Robert Stewart firstname.lastname@example.org
Feb. 17, Fresno City Community College. Topic: “How Jesus Became God” Contact: Wendell Stephenson <email@example.com>
Feb 25 Southern Utah University. Cedar City UT. Topic “Did the Early Christians Forget Jesus?” Contact: Tom Gagnon (firstname.lastname@example.org)
March 3 Community Church of Vero Beach Vero Beach , FL. Two talks: “Misquoting Jesus” and “Jesus Before the Gospels.” Contact: Bob Baggott email@example.com
April 2 Smithsonian Institute, Washington DC “Jesus Before the Gospels.” (All day seminar with four lectures: The Invention of Memories; Jesus and the Eyewitnesses: Faulty Memory and the Life of Jesus; Faulty Memory and the Death of Jesus) Contact: McLaughlin, Mary MCLAUMA@si.edu
April 14 Youngstown State University. Youngstown Ohio. “Did the Early Christians Forget Jesus?” Contact: Deborah S Mower firstname.lastname@example.org
April 23 Program in the Humanities, UNC-Chapel Hill. “Did the Early Christians Forget Jesus?” (All day seminar, four lectures: The Invention of Memories; Jesus and the Eyewitnesses: Faulty Memory and the Life of Jesus; Faulty Memory and the Death of Jesus). Contact: Max Owre email@example.com