Jesus, Conflict, Poetry

Gladstone's Library

  Join poet and theologian Pádraig Ó Tuama for a weekend considering and discussing Jesus and conflict through the medium of poetry with two workshop sessions – ‘Exploring Conflict through the Sense of Poetry’ and ‘Jesus of Nazareth in Contemporary Poetry’. Pádraig Ó Tuama’s work centres around themes of language, religion, conflict and art. Working …
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Jordan Study Tour

St. George's College Jerusalem

During the tour you will explore some of the key biblical landscapes to the east of the Jordan River, including the lands of Moab, Edom, and Midian. The Jordan study tour is intended as an add-on to our other programmes, but can also be taken as a stand-alone module. Aims of the Course: You should …
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A Short Guide to the Hebrew Bible and its Language

Gladstone's Library

  An introduction to the Hebrew Bible and the language it is written in. Learn why looking for the original meaning of the Hebrew Bible (rather than a modern perception) is important and why some knowledge of biblical Hebrew and its thinking pattern is essential. Study the two major theologies of the Hebrew Bible in their …
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‘The Tantur Experience’

Tantur Ecumenical Institute for Theological Studies Jerusalem

June & July Summer Programs June 1st – June 27th, 2020 & July 1st – July 27th, 2020 June 2nd – June 29th, 2021 & July 2nd – July 28th, 2021 Our June and July programs include all the elements listed in “The Tantur Experience”. Reading Days (no scheduled lectures or field trips) enable participants to visit sites not included in …
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Jerusalem Ministry Formation

St. George's College Jerusalem

L20 Jerusalem Ministry Formation: July 15 – July 29, 2020 Program Description                Register   $3,570 Jerusalem Ministry Formation The Jerusalem Ministry Formation program is a special course designed for people in training for ministry, whether as clergy or lay leaders.