Upcoming Events

The Gospel of Luke and the Book of Acts

January 15-16, 2021

Via Zoom

Professor Wally Taylor

Angels and shepherds at the birth of Jesus; parables and Mary and Martha; the road to Emmaus and the mission of the church to take the Good News to the ends of the earth—these are the themes we will explore in the only two-volume work in the New Testament. A special emphasis is outreach/evangelism—and food!

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The Gospel of John

February 5-6, 2021

Via Zoom

Professor Wally Taylor

Although sharing with the other New Testament gospels the same basic outline of the story of Jesus, the Fourth Gospel pushes the account of his life all the way back before creation and divides the narrative of Jesus’ life into the Book of Signs and the Book of Glory. The “I am” sayings provide unique insights into who Jesus is for us, and the importance of believing reminds us how the Holy Spirit works in us. 

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The Letters of Paul

February 26-27, 2021

Via Zoom

Professor Wally Taylor

In his letters and in his personal witness the Apostle Paul gave the early church—and us—the theological grounding that is still the foundation of what we believe and teach about Jesus. His language about the cross, justification, baptism, and resurrection was at the heart of his ministry, of the Reformation in the sixteenth century, and is at the center of the Lutheran Church today. 

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