Bill Mallard Lay Theology Institute Presents: Disciple Scholars - The Apostle Paul: Oppressor or Liberator?

Atlanta, Georgia
Saturday, March 29, 2014


Bill Mallard Lay Theology Institute | Disciple Scholars:
The Apostle Paul: Oppressor or Liberator?
March 29, 2014
Dr. Luke Timothy Johnson, Emory University,
Candler School of Theology

Program Description
The Apostle Paul is easily the most controversial figure in the history of Christianity. For those who despise Christianity, Paul is despised above all. His letters are read as instruments of oppression by a wide spectrum of critics who delight in opposing a "good Jesus" to a"bad Paul"  This class seeks to expose the elements in Paul that cause him to have such a bad reputation, and to suggest ways in which Paul's letters can actually serve as instruments of liberation.

• Continental breakfast: 10:00 — 10:30 am
• Part One: 10:30am — 12:00pm
• Lunch: 12— 12:45pm
• Part Two: 12:45pm — 2:00pm

Cost is $35 per person and includes continental breakfast and lunch.
Optional $10 fee for .5 Continuing Education Unit (CEU) credit. 
The seminar is sponsored by the Bill Mallard Lay Theology Institute.


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