Who is Christ for Us Today? Bonhoeffer's Final Questions | Charles Marsh
The Veritas Forum
73 years after his death in a Nazi Concentration Camp, Dietrich Bonhoeffer remains a fascinating and influential icon. A man who embodied his theology in both his life and death, he earnestly wrestled with the questions of his time and what they meant for his Christian faith. At a Veritas Forum from Hope College, Charles Marsh (UVA) reads excerpts from his biography on Bonhoeffer as he attempts to make sense of the great Christian thinker and martyr.
Dani Measday on Othniel Charles Marsh and Edward Drinker Cope
Danielle Measday spent a considerable amount of her childhood curled up inside a pillowcase pretending to be a dinosaur egg. Since that time she has become the Conservator of Natural Sciences for Museum Victoria. Danielle’s love of museum conservation began the first time she saw an X-Ray of a painting. She trained as an objects conservator at the University of Melbourne’s Masters of Cultural Material Conservation program, and then stepped sideways into the sciences and never looked back. Danielle is passionate about Natural History and works with collection managers, curators and researchers across zoology, palaeontology and geosciences to preserve the collections in good condition for the future. She tells the story of the pioneers of palaeontology Othniel Charles Marsh and Edward Drinker Cope.