Theology for all:
THE LETTER OF PAUL TO THE GALATIANS DAY-BY-DAY
The proclamation of the freedom of the Christians, which Paul makes with his full voice in this authentic letter, has been sometimes misused (for example, for fostering anti-Judaic feelings) and needs to be understood in its historical context; however, it can still yield rich spiritual fruits.
What are rules to the Church today? How is personal freedom more important than rules?
FROM JANUARY 7, 2020 THROUGH THE END OF FEBRUARY, THE LETTER TO THE GALATIANS WILL BE READ AND COMMENTED DURING THE PRAYER OF LAUDS (8:15AM, MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY), TOGETHER WITH ONE VERSE PER DAY FROM MATTHEW 5.
We offer classes in theology for all people who are interested in learning, regardless of their personal beliefs, and yet with a specific interest in how theology applies to our search for meaning, i.e. our spiritual life.
Be ready to be challenged. Be ready to be surprised.
On top of page, detail of an icon of the Transfiguration by Andrej Rublev (year 1405).