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Lenten Sunday Forum Series: The Strange, New Worlds of the Bible

The 20th century theologian Karl Barth once wrote that Scripture reveals, “not the right human thoughts about God”, but “the right divine thoughts about [humankind].” On Sunday mornings this Lent, join us as we explore not just Scripture, but how we read it–the many ways that we can enter into relationship with it.

Each Sunday from 10:20-11:00 a.m., we will explore a new path toward reading and understanding Scripture. From midrash to comic books, our speakers will shed light on various tools we can use to find meaning in our sacred texts. Join us in person at church or online by registering here

St. Paul’s continues to observe all local and diocesan pandemic guidelines. For more information, check out https://stpaulscary.org/looking-ahead.

March 6
Scripture and Midrash: “What is his name, what shall I say to them?” (Ex 3:13)
Rabbi Raachel Jurovics, PhD, Rabbi-in-Residence, Episcopal Diocese of NC

March 13
Scripture and Myth
The Rev. Javier Almendarez-Bautista

March 20
Scripture and Illustration: the Psalms
The Rev. Canon Earnest Graham

March 27
Scripture and Poetry
The Rev. Javier Almendarez-Bautista

April 3
Scripture and Meditation
The Rev. George Adamik