Sunday School Classes

Adult Christian Formation Offerings
Sundays from 9:15am-10:15am
April 28-May 26, 2019

How the Bible was Put Together

How the Bible was Put Together
Meeting April 28-May 26
in the Parish Hall

Led by the Rev. Dr. Deonna Neal

In this class we will look at how the Bible, as we hold it in our hands today, was put together.  We will begin with how the Hebrew Scriptures came into being, followed by the development of writings after Jesus’ death, and then conclude with how the final “canon” of the Bible was established in the 5th century.

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A Historical-Critical Study of the Letter to the Philippians

A Historical-Critical Study of the Letter to the Philippians
Led by Jamie Osborne
Meeting
May 5 to May 26 in the library

This course will focus on Paul’s letter to the Philippians and will be based on Dr Paul Holloway’s recently published Philippians: A Critical and Historical Commentary. Dr. Holloway is Professor of Classics and Ancient Christianity at The University of the South where he teaches courses in both the School of Theology and the College of Arts and Sciences. The commentary is recommended but not required for the course.

 

No literary expertise required, just an open and curious mind.

For more information, contact Karen Funk at klw.funk@gmail.com, 834-6721, or 202-7442.