Every Tuesday, from 06/23/2020 to 07/28/2020, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
The New Testament’s “Other” Letters
A close look at the list of New Testament books discloses two collections of letters. The first comprising the correspondence attributed to St. Paul and the second the series of New Testament documents from James through Jude. As letters these texts are recognized as attempts to address needs that arose in communities struggling to embody within their common lives the message of the gospel. And, the presence of two letter collections reminds us that even earliest Christianity did not reflect a single, definitive understanding of the gospel.
Join us as we listen to New Testament voices less often heard and, perhaps, even less often studied. Consider what these voices have to say about the life of the early Church and what it means to be a disciple of Jesus Christ. Instructions for how to access and participate in the class will be given to those who register with their emails.
Instructor: Gene Giuliano
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