God of the Oppressed
Join us is exploring how the Bible has endured as a book of hope and justice throughout the long periods of struggle in Black life as we use Esau McCaulley's Reading While Black: African American Biblical Interpretations as an Exercise in Hope as a guide for the discussions.
10 Week Course each Monday, October 2 to December 4, 7:00pm - 8:30
Book Title: Reading While Black by Esau McCaulley
This study will encompass 12 weeks whereby we explore Romans 16 chapters in depth, we will look at its testament to our faith, the elements of the Roman Road, the culture surrounding these early believers in Rome. This twelve (12) week study allows each participant to search the scripture for its meaning and interpretation. Each participant should come away with a greater appreciation for the work by Paul, but more importantly the work of Jesus Christ and God the Father as we work through the promise of salvation by means of justification and sanctification.
12 Week Course each Thursday from October 5 to December 14.
Book Title: Romans: A Shorter Commentary by C.E.B. Cranfield