Trinity Explores

Two-Sided Tenacious Loyalty
Walter Brueggemann |
02/18/2018 |
Guest preacher Dr. Walter Brueggemann concludes his weekend series on Prophetic Imagination in the 21st Century
Church School Q & A
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02/18/2018 |
Walter Brueggemann is professor emeritus of Old Testament at Columbia Theological Seminary and one of the most prolific and influential Bible interpreters of our time. Brueggemann originally published his seminal book "The Prophetic Imagination" in 1978. He argued that the prophets of the Old Testament and Jesus of Nazareth were poets, speaking a new world into being, and we are called to do the same.
Friday Evening Lecture
Walter Bruggemann |
02/16/2018 |
Walter Brueggemann is professor emeritus of Old Testament at Columbia Theological Seminary and one of the most prolific and influential Bible interpreters of our time. Brueggemann originally published his seminal book "The Prophetic Imagination" in 1978. He argued that the prophets of the Old Testament and Jesus of Nazareth were poets, speaking a new world into being, and we are called to do the same.
The Apostle Paul: Oppressor of Liberator? Part II
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09/14/2017 |
The apostle Paul has been celebrated as the heart of the New Testament and of Christian theology and has been excoriated as the evil genius whose words have oppressed Jews, women, fighters for social justice, and those who engage in same-sex love. He is as much hated as loved. These two presentations pose the question whether Paul is best understood as a negative or positive figure, as one who oppresses or one who liberates, and why.
The Apostle Paul: Oppressor of Liberator? Part I
Dr. Luke Timothy Johnson |
09/07/2017 |
The apostle Paul has been celebrated as the heart of the New Testament and of Christian theology and has been excoriated as the evil genius whose words have oppressed Jews, women, fighters for social justice, and those who engage in same-sex love. He is as much hated as loved. These two presentations pose the question whether Paul is best understood as a negative or positive figure, as one who oppresses or one who liberates, and why.
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