Join us as we examine the Book of Romans on Sunday mornings from 8:45 – 9:45 a.m.
In celebration of the "beginning of the Reformation, 500 years ago, we will spend time in a book authored by Paul that Martin Luther would have had on the very top of required reading for all students. As part of our studies, we will investigate some of the hotly contested liberal theologians "New Perspectives on Paul", a system of thought which seeks to reinterpret the Apostle Paul and his letters, and in some cases, going so far as to remove Luther's place among the Reformers. A few of the scholars associated with the NPP are E.P. Sanders, James Dunn, and N.T. Wright.
This study, as with all serious studies of the Bible, is so important that attendance on a regular basis would be the best way to take full advantage of the carefully constructed foundation of knowledge we will build each week. You won't want to miss any piece of what promises to be a very informative series.
See you there!