7:00 PM - 8:30 PM Thu
Sean Finnegan - The Key of Truth: A Monument of Armenian Unitarianism
11:15 AM - 12:15 PM Fri
Sean holds a Masters of Theological Studies (MTS) in Early Christian History from Boston University, a BA in Theology from Atlanta Bible College, and a BS in Computer Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
Sean studied koine Greek at his own church (2 semesters), at Boston University (2 semesters), and at Harvard University (3 semesters). He studied Hebrew under a teacher from the local Jewish synagogue for four years before working on fluency at the Biblical Language Center.
Sean loves researching, teaching, and writing. His omnivorous appetite has lead him to many fields, including bible, theology, apologetics, textual criticism, translation, ethics, and church history. However, his greatest passion is the Great Commission–reaching new people with the gospel message and helping Christ-followers deepen their discipleship (Matthew 28:19-20) both at home and on the mission field.
He lives in New York with his beautiful and talented wife, Ruth, and their four sons: Noah, Daniel, Wesley, and Ezra. He’s loves traveling, sailing, playing ultimate frisbee and disc golf, attending oratorios, apple picking, and skiing.
Currently Sean serves on the boards of Living Hope International Ministries, the Unitarian Christian Alliance, Lord’s Harvest International, and Restitutio.