Bethany to Offer Bilingual Bible Study Workshop in L.A. Area
In conjunction with a January Intensive course, Bethany Theological Seminary is offering a Bilingual Bible Study Workshop that is free and open to the public.
Beloved Neighbors: Intercontextual Readings of James
Bilingual Bible Study Workshop
Book of James
January 21, 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.
January 22, 3-6 p.m.The Principe de Paz Iglesia de los Hermanos
(Prince of Peace Church of the Brethren)
502 S. Ross St., Santa Ana CA 92701
About the workshop:
In this Bible study workshop, we will come from different contexts and speak two languages, Spanish and English. With our different experiences, it is normal that we see different things in the scriptures. Nevertheless, with communication guided by the Spirit, we hope to help one another see more in the scriptures. We will explore how the teachings of James remain relevant for our communities today. In this way, we intend to deepen our understanding and practice of Christian faith, embody the just peace of God, and help our neighbors and neighborhoods flourish.
Goals of the Workshop
Participants in the workshop will be able to:
· Describe the context in which the letter of James was written, and draw analogies with our current contexts.
· Interpret passages from the letter of James, using a method in which people from different contexts share their insights with one another.
· Envision how we can love our neighbors according to the teachings of James.
· Dr. Daniel Ulrich
, Wieand Professor of New Testament Studies, Bethany Theological Seminary, 615 National Road, Richmond, IN 47374. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
· Richard Zapata and Becky Zapata, pastors, Principe de Paz Iglesia de los Hermanos.
· Dr. Alexia Salvatierra, Academic Dean of the Centro Latino of Fuller Theological Seminary and Associate Professor of Mission and Global Transformation.
· Fernanda Navarette, co-pastor of Conexión Pasadena