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Greater: Genesis - Moves & Countermoves – Drawing the Battlelines of Humanity’s Metanarrative

Brittany Dicus

    • Monday, January 22, 2024
    • 9:30–10:20 a.m. Pacific
  • Calvary Chapel
  • Hosted By: Spiritual Development
  • Open to: Alumni, Faculty, General Public, Parents, Staff, Students

Cost and Admission

This event is free to attend.

Humans are wired to love an epic metanarrative: Star Wars, Marvel’s Avengers, The Hunger Games, and Harry Potter are just a few of pop-culture’s favorite stories of good coming toe-to-toe with evil. However, the ultimate metanarrative is found in Scripture – in Genesis 3:14-15, the battle lines are drawn between good and evil, as the heroes and villains of the story are solidified. These verses set up the framework for the greater biblical narrative – one that proceeds to play out for the remainder of human history, impacting our lives even today.


Brittany Dicus

Brittany Dicus is a pretty typical millennial – she has a full-time job in sales and marketing, a husband who makes her laugh ‘til she cries, and a slight addiction to chips and salsa. And, she also has a spiritual fire burning in her bones, a longing to tell everyone she encounters about the beauty, depth, and radical message of hope and restoration that can be found in God's Word. Her greatest desire is that the Lord will use her teaching to cultivate lifelong passion in your relationship with Jesus. Brittany is enrolled in the Masters of Bible Exposition program at Talbot School of Theology and is the author of Amen.: A Six-Week Study on Biblical Prayer. She resides in Minneapolis, Minnesota with her husband, Brock.


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