New Approaches to Bible Reading


Led by Sue Richardson (Theological Education Adviser for Christian Aid), this is a day to explore certain kinds of approach to Bible reading – spending time as practitioners, using three different approaches and examining our responses to them.  Date: 26th April 2018 10-3:30pm

Sue writes: “The emphasis is on the Bible as an anthology of books, rather than one book; the necessity of interpretation if the Bible is to come alive for us in ways that enable judgement on how we worship, work and serve; the significance of context and a willingness to open up our lives to God and to others. It sounds quite daunting, but a common response from the groups I work with is always: That was fun! The hope is that it will resource you and the people you minister to.”

Sue Richardson is the Theological Education Adviser with Christian Aid. Sue is Roman Catholic with a particular experience of the church in Brazil and a commitment to the theology of liberation.

Venue: Foxhill House and Woodland, Tarvin Road, Frodsham WA6 6XB.  Lunch and refreshments included.  There is no charge for this event.

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