Adult Education

New Adult Learning Opportunity —  Exploring Liberation Theology with Mandy Beal

Throughout the Bible, God gives special instructions to protect three groups of people: widows, orphans, and strangers (or “aliens,” depending on the translation).  Furthermore, Jesus stood in solidarity with the poor and the socially maligned.  This includes his choice of fishermen for disciples, his willingness to speak to women in public, and the actions he took against the money-changers at the Temple.  Liberation Theology asks questions about what this means about the nature of God.   Please join us for a 4-session exploration of Jesus as a liberator of the oppressed.

The dates for the program will be:  March 2, March 16, March 30, and April 6, 2016 from 7:00-8:30 p.m., in the Garrison Room. To sign up, e-mail Mandy at mandy@firstparishinlincoln.org