Love for a dead language

When it comes to interesting hobbies, Chelsea, Michigan’s Jim Stacey has most of us beat. For twelve years, the ex-minister, author and theology expert has been studying Aramaic, the language that Jesus spoke during his time on earth. Stacey believes that through Aramaic, today people can uncover layers of meaning in the New Testament that have been lost in translation over the course of centuries. His lecture at the ToledoFAVS coffee talk will be a must-listen for believers as well as those interested in the ancient world.

Saturday, June 21, 10am. Barry Bagels, 302 W. Dussel Dr., Maumee. Free