Awakening the Prophetic Imagination: a Bible study course
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What does it mean to be a prophet? How do we recognise the prophets already at work in the world? Prophets criticise and energise. They proclaim a hope-filled vision of the future that shakes things up in the present. They are both challenging and very necessary. Using a mixture of presentations from the course leaders and group Bible study, we will reflect on the role of the prophet in the Christian and Quaker traditions.
This course, run over two days, comprises of live workshop and discussion sessions along with some supporting materials.
Live sessions will take place on:
Session 1: Friday 31 July -19.00-21.00 (UK time)
Session 2: Saturday 1 August – 09.30-11.30 (UK time)
Session 3: Saturday 1 August – 15.30-17.30 (UK time)
Timothy Ashworth draws on biblical study, retreat work and interfaith dialogue to illuminate the nature of spiritual transformation.
Mark Russ is Programmes Coordinator for Equipping for Ministry. His interests include Christian and Quaker theology and the Bible, spirituality, intentional community and hope. He blogs at jollyquaker.com. Mark came to Quakers in his late teens, and spent a decade as a music teacher in secondary and primary schools in Birmingham and London. He holds MAs in Music Education from the Institute of Education and in Systematic and Philosophical Theology from the University of Nottingham.
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