The second in the Massachusetts Bible Society series will be discussed over 6 sessions. You can attend either morning or evening program…or both if your schedule changes. Morning sessions are at 11-12:30am. Evening sessions are 7:00-8:30pm. September 24, October 1, 15, 22, 29, Nov 5. Note: no classes on October 8.
Back before Stonehenge or the wheel, back before the pyramids, math, or even the crudest writing existed, ancient peoples gathered and told stories. They told stories of how the world began, what the first people were like, and which of them were heroes or failures. They tried to make sense of the world around them and tried to sort out who the gods were and what those gods wanted from them. More than ten thousand years later, one set of those stories has come down to us in the form of the Old Testament. It is the story of the Jewish people and their distinctive God, giving us a glimpse through story, song, history, and law of the rocky, raucous, faithful, fumbling beginnings of one of the oldest religions on earth. Perhaps you think you know it. Think again. This second course in Exploring the Bible: The Dickinson Series will help you better understand the Old Testament in the context of the world in which it was written.
Register by September 18 by contacting the church office at 914-941-4368 or firstname.lastname@example.org