What is the Bible, Anyway? Part II

Code: LH22503

Dates: March 7 - May 2, 2023

Meets: 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM

Sessions: 9

Location: ONLINE

Course Fee: $129.00

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The Bible is among the most important books in history, but have you ever tried to read it? It is contradictory and can be bewildering. Written over a period of about 900 years it contains many voices, perspectives, ideas and practices having to do with the God of ancient Israel. Because of its vastness, the Bible can be abused and can be used harmfully. Explore how to and how not to read the Bible, not to discern its true meaning but some of its possible meanings.
Fee: $129.00
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Ellen Charry

Ellen T. Charry, BA, MSW, MA, PhD taught systematic and historical Christian theology, Judaism, and Judaism, Christianity, and Islam at Princeton Theological Seminary for two decades following serving on the faculty at Perkins School of Theology and a post-doc at Yale Divinity School. Her monographs are Franz Rosenzweig on the Freedom of God, By the Renewing of your Minds, God and the Art of Happiness, and Psalms 1-50: Sighs and Psalms of Israel. Her edited books include Inquiring after God: Classic and Contemporary Readings, and The Austin Dogmatics of Paul M. van Buren.



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