Brett Strobel, Marylhurst UniversityDr. Brett Strobel, religious studies faculty, is joined by Beaverton-area progressive pastors for a round-robin Lenten sermon series, now through March 14, 2016, at Christ United Methodist Church.

Brett Strobel will offer his sermon, Why God? Why? on March 6, drawing on scripture selections from the book of Job.

Dr. Brett Strobel is a United Methodist pastor at Christ United Methodist Church in Cedar Mill. Rev. Strobel received his M.Div. from Candler School of Theology, Emory University, and his Ph.D. from the Graduate Theological Foundation with his residency at Oxford University. His dissertation is titled Spiritual but not Religious: An Examination of the Post-Christendom Church and Postmodern Paradigms of Authority.

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Brett Strobel teaches ethics and New Testament in the graduate religious studies programs at Marylhurst University. He also serves as advisor and reader for master’s theses-project and teaches undergraduate religious studies courses.