Every Sunday, from 07/26/2020 to 09/20/2020, 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
In times of disaster or crisis, Christians have been notoriously prone to jumping to conclusions about the nature and character of God, what he might be doing or saying in all this, and who is at fault for these great and terrible events. Embrace a different approach. In his book God and the Pandemic, biblical scholar N. T. Wright will guide you in how to "keep our reactions within a biblical limit" and to read the events in the world through the light of Jesus and the early Christians. God and the Pandemic will help you to understand how we are to talk about God, how we are to live in the present pandemic, how we recover from it, and what is the church’s calling in the midst of it all. This class is a discussion of this book utilizing the accompanying study guide.
Taught by Rev. Jeff Pearson at 10:30–11:30 AM on Sundays, July 19–September 20 on Zoom.
Download weekly handouts here.
For more information on this book, go to www.godandthepandemic.com.
Join the class using Meeting ID 870-5320-4792 and password 159664 in the Zoom app on your device, or by using this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87053204792?pwd=cndTREJlS1lmWnpnaVVITElxa0U3QT09