The Apostle Paul: faithful herald of the Messiah, or corruptor of Jesus’ message? Who was he? What was the world like in which he lived? What did he hope to teach the young church about the faithfulness of God?
There is no shortage to the number of interpretations about Paul and his illustrious career as the first great theologian of the church, and surely anyone who wants to think critically about Christianity must contend with the thought and writings of this imposing figure. Perhaps none of his books is as important as Romans to the history of Christian thought, but what exactly does this book teach?
Throughout Lent of 2019, we will attempt to grapple with this magisterial letter, examining what it might have meant in the 1st Century. Join us every Tuesday evening from 3/12 to 4/16 at 5:30pm for a simple soup supper, followed by a lesson on Paul’s Epistle to the Romans.
If you would like to participate in this class, please contact Eric at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Each session of the class will be posted to this page as they become available.
2019-03-12 – The Life and Mind of Paul: An Introduction to Romans