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Reading the Bible with People Who Don’t Read the Bible

  • Course Dates: Fri 16 April, 10:00 am to 4:00 pm

More and more people today have little or no familiarity with the Bible.

Have you struggled with how to help them understand the Bible’s relevance? This course is for anyone working with individuals and groups who are unfamiliar with the Bible and the various ways it can be read and understood. This day will be spent exploring various reading practices, such as dialogical and contextual methods, for approaching the Bible in fresh, exciting ways. The aim of the online day is for participants to add skills to be able to make the Bible accessible and meaningful for those who don’t normally read it.

In collaboration with The Centre for Encountering the Bible

This course is running online.

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Course Details

Date:
Fri 16 April
Time:
10:00 am to 4:00 pm
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Venue

Sarum College
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Organizer

Sarum College

Tutor:
Paul Burden is the Centre Coordinator and Director of Contextual Learning. He brings long parish experience to his particular interests in homiletics, mission and leadership. Jayme Reaves is Director of Academic Development, the Exploring Theology Programme Leader and Coordinator for both the Centre for Encountering the Bible and the Short Course programme at Sarum College. She is a public theologian, with a specialist interest in making the Bible, theology, and theological methods more accessible to the public and helping congregations and communities reflect on the public impact of their theology.
Course Code:
2452
Please Note:
This course is running online.
Course Price:
£60