New Eyes for Reading the Old Testament

Vancouver School Of Theology

New Eyes for Reading the Old Testament The Old Testament: Boring? Irrelevant? Beautiful? Intriguing? This introductory lecture and workshop will help participants understand the insights and beauty found in the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament. Background information and resources will allow a hands-on learning experience using a variety of Hebrew Bible passages so that we can hear …
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Theology for Non-Theologians

Vancouver School Of Theology

On this weekend, students will be introduced to central topics of ongoing discussion within the Christian church. Topics addressed include the Bible and imagination, Trinity and community, what does it mean to be human? Jesus and justice, and the church and the Holy Spirit. By taking this course students will become more fluent in central …
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Footsteps of Jesus Level 2

St. George's College Jerusalem

  B20 Footsteps of Jesus Level 2: January 27 – February 6, 2020 Program Description                Register   $2,550   Footsteps of Jesus The Footsteps of Jesus course, which lasts for 10 days, invites participants to become pilgrims who follow the journey that Jesus and his first disciples made …
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Making Disciples of Jesus: A Training Day (Classroom and Online)

Diocese Of Montreal (The)

Making Disciples of Jesus: A Training Day Studying the Bible builds a culture of discipleship, promotes greater engagement with the Christian faith, and offers leadership roles to lay members of congregations. But many people feel poorly equipped to lead a Bible study. This training day held jointly online and in person gives participants the tools …
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At a Time Like This, Who Needs Another Apocalypse? The Book of Revelation and Christian Identity

Vancouver School Of Theology

At a Time Like This, Who Needs Another Apocalypse? The Book of Revelation and Christian Identity Most mainline Christians either ignore or dismiss the Book of a Revelation as a violent book contrary to Jesus’ message of love. Yet popular culture and many Christian churches place its ideas and expectations front and center. This course …
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