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Matthew's Jewish Gospel,
led by Dave Watson
The Gospel of Matthew sits at the intersection of the emergence of Christianity and the beginnings of rabbinic Judaism. In this course we will work our way through Matthew's Gospel with particular attention to its relationship to the Jewish Scriptures and Jewish traditions of the day.
The Gratitude Factor
by Sue and Steve Hamilton
Gratitude is one of life’s essential ingredients. The regular practice of gratitude can shape and transform our lives in significant ways. It has the potential to enrich love, fight negativity, relieve stress, and limit selfish desires. Highlighting the book, The Gratitude Factor: Enhancing Your Life through Grateful Living, this class will offer exercises for practical application, specifically focusing on Jesus as God’s model of a grateful life.
On Kugel: How to Read the Bible
led by Dr. Richard Baker
James L. Kugel’s book, How to Read the Bible: A Guide to Scripture Then and Now, was good enough to make The Onion get serious, if only for a minute or two. The usually satirical news organization called Kugel’s work “a breathtaking new look at the world’s most popular book.” Kugel, who for years taught Hebrew Bible at Harvard, has put the best of all his teaching between two covers. Join us for the ride.
Drop-ins are always welcome at all of our Sunday Morning
Adult Education classes. No prior preparation expected.
led by Laurie Davis and Gene Saunders
This Thursday’s topic and texts areWisdom Literature—Song of Songs, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and Job. In this basic biblical survey course, no prior biblical knowledge is assumed, no question is too basic, grace is extended to the unprepared, and every attempt at humor is appreciated. Newcomers are always welcome.