Adam Hamilton Comes to Foundry

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Join pastor and best-selling author, Adam Hamilton, for an evening of teaching and conversation around his new book, Making Sense of the Bible on Wednesday, April 23 at 7 PM at the Foundry United Methodist Church (1500 16th Street NW, Washington DC 20036).

Click here to Register

Click here to buy the book in advance and support Foundry


During his presentation, Adam will focus on the nature of scripture exploring the human and divine - what it is and is not, how it was written and canonized, why we don’t consider it inerrant, and what a “high view of scripture” might mean. He will then tackle the questions people often ask about the Bible:

  • Do I have to choose between evolution and the Bible?
  • Were Adam and Eve and Noah real people
  • How do we make sense of the violence of God in the Old Testament?
  • Suffering and God in the Bible.
  • Does the Bible really teach that only Christians go to heaven?
  • Homosexuality and the Bible
  • Is Revelation really a roadmap of the end times?

The evening will end with an opportunity for Q&A and a book signing with the author.  A book display with Adam Hamilton's books, including this new title, will be open before and after the presentation.

On the evening of the event, ticket holders will be able to purchase a special package with one copy of Making Sense of the Bible along with two CEB pocket New Testaments for an event price of $20.

If you'd like your copy of Making Sense of the Bible now, click here for a special price and be ready for a great discussion and ready for the book signing!

Parking: Foundry is a downtown church meaning Foundry doesn’t have its own parking lot. There is always plenty of street parking and you can also park at the Colonial Parking garage which is half a block away from Foundry (Entrance on P Street between 16th and 17th Street). Cost is $13 for the evening. Foundry is metro accessible – Foundry is 3 blocks from the red line Dupont Circle metro station and the G2 and 16th Street “S” buses all stop right at the church. 

For questions about the event, contact Kirsten Pelton at or (202) 332-4010 ext. 219.