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Catholic Theological Union at Chicago
5401 S Cornell Ave/5416 S Cornell Ave (Academic and Conference Center), Chicago, Illinois 60615
Paul remains a dominant voice in the New Testament. His ardent love for the Crucified Christ, his deep and abiding roots in Judaism, his apostolic sufferings on behalf of the gospel, his dynamic sense of mission, and his vision of an inclusive and compassionate church—all of these are fundamental motifs of this remarkable follower of Jesus and a foundation of the church’s life and mission today. This course will study the life of Paul within the context of Judaism and the Early Church and consider his major letters.
Lectures take place Wednesday evenings from 7 — 8 p.m., beginning September 6th. You can participate in person at CTU at a cost of $15 per session, or via live video stream at Holy Family Parish in Inverness, at a cost of $10 per session.
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