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  • 11 February 2020
    THE GOD WHO SPEAKS. JOURNEYING WITH THE BIBLE
    Time:7:00pm - 8:30pm
    Venue:Vaughan House, 46 Francis Street, SW1P 1QN

    TITLE: THE GOD WHO SPEAKS. JOURNEYING WITH THE BIBLE


    Where does the Bible come from and when did it take place?
    o To provide some knowledge of the history and geography of salvation
    o To recognise the main geographical sites and chronological order of the different empires.


    WHEN: 11 February 2020

    LECTURERS: FR JAVIER RUIZ-ORTIZ, PH.D. AND SR MONICA CARDONA PH.D.
    LOCATION: Vaughan House, 46 Francis Street, SW1P 1QN
    Time: 7:00-8:30pm
    Suggested donation £5 per talk.
    Please register at livingfaith@rcdow.org.uk

    The God who Speaks-Journeying with the Bible

    3 Dec

    Matthew: a Guide for 2020

    Overview of the gospel of Matthew with the study of some paradigmatic passages


    14 Jan

    What do we mean by Bible?

    o   To understand the variety of texts and how they relate to each other in the canon

    o   To present the art of translation

    28 Jan

    Who speaks in the Bible? To whom does he speak?

    o   To explore what is meant by inspiration

    o   To present some models of inspiration and interpretation

    11 Feb

    Where does the Bible come from and when did it take place?

    o   To provide some knowledge of the history and geography of salvation

    o   To recognise the main geographical sites and chronological order of the different empires.

    25 Feb

    How do we known it really happened?

    o   To acknowledge how archaeological remains enlighten aspects of the biblical account

    o   To present and comment the Assyrian, Babylonian and Persian remains at the British Museum which enlighten the biblical text.

    10 March

    Major Themes of the Old Testament

    o   To explore the most important themes in the Bible

    o   To present the running themes in the Old Testament

    21 April

    Pentateuch

    o   To present an overview of the Five Books of the Pentateuch

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    5 May

    Historical Books

    o   To present an overview of the Historical Books

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    19 May

    The Prophets

    o   To present an overview of the Prophetic Books

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    16 June

    Poetry and Wisdom in the Bible

    o   To present an overview of the main poetic texts of the Bible (Psalms, Song of Songs and Wisdom texts)

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    15 Sept

    Major themes of the New Testament

    o   To explore the general message, purpose and structure of the New Testament writings

    o   To set the New Testament in tis socio-political-cultural context

    29 Sep

    The story of Jesus according to Mark, Matthew and Luke

    o   To present an overview of the Synoptic gospels

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    13 Oct

    John

    o   To present an overview of the Gospel of John

    To study some chosen/representative texts

    27 Oct

    Paul

    o   To present an overview of the Pauline correspondence

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    10 Nov

    Catholic Letters

    o   To present an overview of the Catholic Epistles (James; Peter; Jude and Hebrews)

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    24 Nov

    Apocalypse

    o   To present an overview of the Apocalypse

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

     

     

     

     

     

  • 25 February 2020
    THE GOD WHO SPEAKS. JOURNEYING WITH THE BIBLE
    Time:7:00pm - 8:30pm
    Venue:Vaughan House, 46 Francis Street, SW1P 1QN

    TITLE: THE GOD WHO SPEAKS. JOURNEYING WITH THE BIBLE

    How do we know it really happened?

    o To acknowledge how archaeological remains enlighten aspects of the biblical account
    o To present and comment the Assyrian, Babylonian and Persian remains at the British Museum which enlighten the biblical text.

    WHEN: 25 February 2020
    LECTURERS: FR JAVIER RUIZ-ORTIZ, PH.D. AND SR MONICA CARDONA PH.D.
    LOCATION: Vaughan House, 46 Francis Street, SW1P 1QN
    Time: 7:00-8:30pm
    Suggested donation £5 per talk.
    Please register at livingfaith@rcdow.org.uk

    The God who Speaks-Journeying with the Bible

    3 Dec

    Matthew: a Guide for 2020

    Overview of the gospel of Matthew with the study of some paradigmatic passages


    14 Jan

    What do we mean by Bible?

    o   To understand the variety of texts and how they relate to each other in the canon

    o   To present the art of translation

    28 Jan

    Who speaks in the Bible? To whom does he speak?

    o   To explore what is meant by inspiration

    o   To present some models of inspiration and interpretation

    11 Feb

    Where does the Bible come from and when did it take place?

    o   To provide some knowledge of the history and geography of salvation

    o   To recognise the main geographical sites and chronological order of the different empires.

    25 Feb

    How do we known it really happened?

    o   To acknowledge how archaeological remains enlighten aspects of the biblical account

    o   To present and comment the Assyrian, Babylonian and Persian remains at the British Museum which enlighten the biblical text.

    10 March

    Major Themes of the Old Testament

    o   To explore the most important themes in the Bible

    o   To present the running themes in the Old Testament

    21 April

    Pentateuch

    o   To present an overview of the Five Books of the Pentateuch

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    5 May

    Historical Books

    o   To present an overview of the Historical Books

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    19 May

    The Prophets

    o   To present an overview of the Prophetic Books

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    16 June

    Poetry and Wisdom in the Bible

    o   To present an overview of the main poetic texts of the Bible (Psalms, Song of Songs and Wisdom texts)

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    15 Sept

    Major themes of the New Testament

    o   To explore the general message, purpose and structure of the New Testament writings

    o   To set the New Testament in tis socio-political-cultural context

    29 Sep

    The story of Jesus according to Mark, Matthew and Luke

    o   To present an overview of the Synoptic gospels

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    13 Oct

    John

    o   To present an overview of the Gospel of John

    To study some chosen/representative texts

    27 Oct

    Paul

    o   To present an overview of the Pauline correspondence

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    10 Nov

    Catholic Letters

    o   To present an overview of the Catholic Epistles (James; Peter; Jude and Hebrews)

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    24 Nov

    Apocalypse

    o   To present an overview of the Apocalypse

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

     

     

     

     

     

  • 10 March 2020
    THE GOD WHO SPEAKS. JOURNEYING WITH THE BIBLE
    Time:7:00pm - 8:30pm
    Venue:Vaughan House, 46 Francis Street, SW1P 1QN

    TITLE: THE GOD WHO SPEAKS. JOURNEYING WITH THE BIBLE


    Major Themes of the Old Testament
    o To explore the most important themes in the Bible
    o To present the running themes in the Old Testament


    WHEN: 10 March 2020

    LECTURERS: FR JAVIER RUIZ-ORTIZ, PH.D. AND SR MONICA CARDONA PH.D.
    LOCATION: Vaughan House, 46 Francis Street, SW1P 1QN
    Time: 7:00-8:30pm
    Suggested donation £5 per talk.
    Please register at livingfaith@rcdow.org.uk

    The God who Speaks-Journeying with the Bible

    3 Dec

    Matthew: a Guide for 2020

    Overview of the gospel of Matthew with the study of some paradigmatic passages


    14 Jan

    What do we mean by Bible?

    o   To understand the variety of texts and how they relate to each other in the canon

    o   To present the art of translation

    28 Jan

    Who speaks in the Bible? To whom does he speak?

    o   To explore what is meant by inspiration

    o   To present some models of inspiration and interpretation

    11 Feb

    Where does the Bible come from and when did it take place?

    o   To provide some knowledge of the history and geography of salvation

    o   To recognise the main geographical sites and chronological order of the different empires.

    25 Feb

    How do we known it really happened?

    o   To acknowledge how archaeological remains enlighten aspects of the biblical account

    o   To present and comment the Assyrian, Babylonian and Persian remains at the British Museum which enlighten the biblical text.

    10 March

    Major Themes of the Old Testament

    o   To explore the most important themes in the Bible

    o   To present the running themes in the Old Testament

    21 April

    Pentateuch

    o   To present an overview of the Five Books of the Pentateuch

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    5 May

    Historical Books

    o   To present an overview of the Historical Books

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    19 May

    The Prophets

    o   To present an overview of the Prophetic Books

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    16 June

    Poetry and Wisdom in the Bible

    o   To present an overview of the main poetic texts of the Bible (Psalms, Song of Songs and Wisdom texts)

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    15 Sept

    Major themes of the New Testament

    o   To explore the general message, purpose and structure of the New Testament writings

    o   To set the New Testament in tis socio-political-cultural context

    29 Sep

    The story of Jesus according to Mark, Matthew and Luke

    o   To present an overview of the Synoptic gospels

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    13 Oct

    John

    o   To present an overview of the Gospel of John

    To study some chosen/representative texts

    27 Oct

    Paul

    o   To present an overview of the Pauline correspondence

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    10 Nov

    Catholic Letters

    o   To present an overview of the Catholic Epistles (James; Peter; Jude and Hebrews)

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    24 Nov

    Apocalypse

    o   To present an overview of the Apocalypse

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

  • 21 April 2020
    THE GOD WHO SPEAKS. JOURNEYING WITH THE BIBLE
    Time:7:00pm - 8:30pm
    Venue:Vaughan House, 46 Francis Street, SW1P 1QN

    TITLE: THE GOD WHO SPEAKS. JOURNEYING WITH THE BIBLE

    Pentateuch
    o To present an overview of the Five Books of the Pentateuch
    o To study some chosen/representative texts


    WHEN: 21 April 2020

    LECTURERS: FR JAVIER RUIZ-ORTIZ, PH.D. AND SR MONICA CARDONA PH.D.
    LOCATION: Vaughan House, 46 Francis Street, SW1P 1QN
    Time: 7:00-8:30pm
    Suggested donation £5 per talk.
    Please register at livingfaith@rcdow.org.uk

    The God who Speaks-Journeying with the Bible

    3 Dec

    Matthew: a Guide for 2020

    Overview of the gospel of Matthew with the study of some paradigmatic passages


    14 Jan

    What do we mean by Bible?

    o   To understand the variety of texts and how they relate to each other in the canon

    o   To present the art of translation

    28 Jan

    Who speaks in the Bible? To whom does he speak?

    o   To explore what is meant by inspiration

    o   To present some models of inspiration and interpretation

    11 Feb

    Where does the Bible come from and when did it take place?

    o   To provide some knowledge of the history and geography of salvation

    o   To recognise the main geographical sites and chronological order of the different empires.

    25 Feb

    How do we known it really happened?

    o   To acknowledge how archaeological remains enlighten aspects of the biblical account

    o   To present and comment the Assyrian, Babylonian and Persian remains at the British Museum which enlighten the biblical text.

    10 March

    Major Themes of the Old Testament

    o   To explore the most important themes in the Bible

    o   To present the running themes in the Old Testament

    21 April

    Pentateuch

    o   To present an overview of the Five Books of the Pentateuch

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    5 May

    Historical Books

    o   To present an overview of the Historical Books

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    19 May

    The Prophets

    o   To present an overview of the Prophetic Books

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    16 June

    Poetry and Wisdom in the Bible

    o   To present an overview of the main poetic texts of the Bible (Psalms, Song of Songs and Wisdom texts)

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    15 Sept

    Major themes of the New Testament

    o   To explore the general message, purpose and structure of the New Testament writings

    o   To set the New Testament in tis socio-political-cultural context

    29 Sep

    The story of Jesus according to Mark, Matthew and Luke

    o   To present an overview of the Synoptic gospels

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    13 Oct

    John

    o   To present an overview of the Gospel of John

    To study some chosen/representative texts

    27 Oct

    Paul

    o   To present an overview of the Pauline correspondence

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    10 Nov

    Catholic Letters

    o   To present an overview of the Catholic Epistles (James; Peter; Jude and Hebrews)

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    24 Nov

    Apocalypse

    o   To present an overview of the Apocalypse

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

  • 5 May 2020
    THE GOD WHO SPEAKS. JOURNEYING WITH THE BIBLE
    Time:7:00pm - 8:30pm
    Venue:Vaughan House, 46 Francis Street, SW1P 1QN

    TITLE: THE GOD WHO SPEAKS. JOURNEYING WITH THE BIBLE

    Historical Books
    o To present an overview of the Historical Books
    o To study some chosen/representative texts


    WHEN: 5 May 2020

    LECTURERS: FR JAVIER RUIZ-ORTIZ, PH.D. AND SR MONICA CARDONA PH.D.
    LOCATION: Vaughan House, 46 Francis Street, SW1P 1QN
    Time: 7:00-8:30pm
    Suggested donation £5 per talk.
    Please register at livingfaith@rcdow.org.uk

    The God who Speaks-Journeying with the Bible

    3 Dec

    Matthew: a Guide for 2020

    Overview of the gospel of Matthew with the study of some paradigmatic passages

       

    14 Jan

    What do we mean by Bible?

    o   To understand the variety of texts and how they relate to each other in the canon

    o   To present the art of translation

    28 Jan

    Who speaks in the Bible? To whom does he speak?

    o   To explore what is meant by inspiration

    o   To present some models of inspiration and interpretation

    11 Feb

    Where does the Bible come from and when did it take place?

    o   To provide some knowledge of the history and geography of salvation

    o   To recognise the main geographical sites and chronological order of the different empires.

    25 Feb

    How do we known it really happened?

    o   To acknowledge how archaeological remains enlighten aspects of the biblical account

    o   To present and comment the Assyrian, Babylonian and Persian remains at the British Museum which enlighten the biblical text.

    10 March

    Major Themes of the Old Testament

    o   To explore the most important themes in the Bible

    o   To present the running themes in the Old Testament

    21 April

    Pentateuch

    o   To present an overview of the Five Books of the Pentateuch

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    5 May

    Historical Books

    o   To present an overview of the Historical Books

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    19 May

    The Prophets

    o   To present an overview of the Prophetic Books

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    16 June

    Poetry and Wisdom in the Bible

    o   To present an overview of the main poetic texts of the Bible (Psalms, Song of Songs and Wisdom texts)

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    15 Sept

    Major themes of the New Testament

    o   To explore the general message, purpose and structure of the New Testament writings

    o   To set the New Testament in tis socio-political-cultural context

    29 Sep

    The story of Jesus according to Mark, Matthew and Luke

    o   To present an overview of the Synoptic gospels

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    13 Oct

    John

    o   To present an overview of the Gospel of John

    To study some chosen/representative texts

    27 Oct

    Paul

    o   To present an overview of the Pauline correspondence

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    10 Nov

    Catholic Letters

    o   To present an overview of the Catholic Epistles (James; Peter; Jude and Hebrews)

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    24 Nov

    Apocalypse

    o   To present an overview of the Apocalypse

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

  • 19 May 2020
    THE GOD WHO SPEAKS. JOURNEYING WITH THE BIBLE
    Time:7:00pm - 8:30pm
    Venue:Vaughan House, 46 Francis Street, SW1P 1QN

    TITLE: THE GOD WHO SPEAKS. JOURNEYING WITH THE BIBLE

    The Prophets
    o To present an overview of the Prophetic Books
    o To study some chosen/representative texts


    WHEN: 19 May 2020
    LECTURERS: FR JAVIER RUIZ-ORTIZ, PH.D. AND SR MONICA CARDONA PH.D.

    LOCATION: Vaughan House, 46 Francis Street, SW1P 1QN
    Time: 7:00-8:30pm
    Suggested donation £5 per talk.
    Please register at livingfaith@rcdow.org.uk

    The God who Speaks-Journeying with the Bible

    3 Dec

    Matthew: a Guide for 2020

    Overview of the gospel of Matthew with the study of some paradigmatic passages

    14 Jan

    What do we mean by Bible?

    o   To understand the variety of texts and how they relate to each other in the canon

    o   To present the art of translation

    28 Jan

    Who speaks in the Bible? To whom does he speak?

    o   To explore what is meant by inspiration

    o   To present some models of inspiration and interpretation

    11 Feb

    Where does the Bible come from and when did it take place?

    o   To provide some knowledge of the history and geography of salvation

    o   To recognise the main geographical sites and chronological order of the different empires.

    25 Feb

    How do we known it really happened?

    o   To acknowledge how archaeological remains enlighten aspects of the biblical account

    o   To present and comment the Assyrian, Babylonian and Persian remains at the British Museum which enlighten the biblical text.

    10 March

    Major Themes of the Old Testament

    o   To explore the most important themes in the Bible

    o   To present the running themes in the Old Testament

    21 April

    Pentateuch

    o   To present an overview of the Five Books of the Pentateuch

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    5 May

    Historical Books

    o   To present an overview of the Historical Books

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    19 May

    The Prophets

    o   To present an overview of the Prophetic Books

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    16 June

    Poetry and Wisdom in the Bible

    o   To present an overview of the main poetic texts of the Bible (Psalms, Song of Songs and Wisdom texts)

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    15 Sept

    Major themes of the New Testament

    o   To explore the general message, purpose and structure of the New Testament writings

    o   To set the New Testament in tis socio-political-cultural context

    29 Sep

    The story of Jesus according to Mark, Matthew and Luke

    o   To present an overview of the Synoptic gospels

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    13 Oct

    John

    o   To present an overview of the Gospel of John

    To study some chosen/representative texts

    27 Oct

    Paul

    o   To present an overview of the Pauline correspondence

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    10 Nov

    Catholic Letters

    o   To present an overview of the Catholic Epistles (James; Peter; Jude and Hebrews)

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    24 Nov

    Apocalypse

    o   To present an overview of the Apocalypse

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

  • 16 June 2020
    THE GOD WHO SPEAKS. JOURNEYING WITH THE BIBLE
    Time:7:00pm - 8:30pm
    Venue:Vaughan House, 46 Francis Street, SW1P 1QN

    TITLE: THE GOD WHO SPEAKS. JOURNEYING WITH THE BIBLE

    Poetry and Wisdom in the Bible
    o To present an overview of the main poetic texts of the Bible (Psalms, Song of Songs and Wisdom texts)
    o To study some chosen/representative texts


    WHEN: 16 June 2020

    LECTURERS: FR JAVIER RUIZ-ORTIZ, PH.D. AND SR MONICA CARDONA PH.D.
    LOCATION: Vaughan House, 46 Francis Street, SW1P 1QN
    Time: 7:00-8:30pm
    Suggested donation £5 per talk.
    Please register at livingfaith@rcdow.org.uk

    The God who Speaks-Journeying with the Bible

    3 Dec

    Matthew: a Guide for 2020

    Overview of the gospel of Matthew with the study of some paradigmatic passages


    14 Jan

    What do we mean by Bible?

    o   To understand the variety of texts and how they relate to each other in the canon

    o   To present the art of translation

    28 Jan

    Who speaks in the Bible? To whom does he speak?

    o   To explore what is meant by inspiration

    o   To present some models of inspiration and interpretation

    11 Feb

    Where does the Bible come from and when did it take place?

    o   To provide some knowledge of the history and geography of salvation

    o   To recognise the main geographical sites and chronological order of the different empires.

    25 Feb

    How do we known it really happened?

    o   To acknowledge how archaeological remains enlighten aspects of the biblical account

    o   To present and comment the Assyrian, Babylonian and Persian remains at the British Museum which enlighten the biblical text.

    10 March

    Major Themes of the Old Testament

    o   To explore the most important themes in the Bible

    o   To present the running themes in the Old Testament

    21 April

    Pentateuch

    o   To present an overview of the Five Books of the Pentateuch

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    5 May

    Historical Books

    o   To present an overview of the Historical Books

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    19 May

    The Prophets

    o   To present an overview of the Prophetic Books

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    16 June

    Poetry and Wisdom in the Bible

    o   To present an overview of the main poetic texts of the Bible (Psalms, Song of Songs and Wisdom texts)

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    15 Sept

    Major themes of the New Testament

    o   To explore the general message, purpose and structure of the New Testament writings

    o   To set the New Testament in tis socio-political-cultural context

    29 Sep

    The story of Jesus according to Mark, Matthew and Luke

    o   To present an overview of the Synoptic gospels

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    13 Oct

    John

    o   To present an overview of the Gospel of John

    To study some chosen/representative texts

    27 Oct

    Paul

    o   To present an overview of the Pauline correspondence

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    10 Nov

    Catholic Letters

    o   To present an overview of the Catholic Epistles (James; Peter; Jude and Hebrews)

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    24 Nov

    Apocalypse

    o   To present an overview of the Apocalypse

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

  • 15 September 2020
    THE GOD WHO SPEAKS. JOURNEYING WITH THE BIBLE
    Time:7:00pm - 8:30pm
    Venue:Vaughan House, 46 Francis Street, SW1P 1QN

    TITLE: THE GOD WHO SPEAKS. JOURNEYING WITH THE BIBLE


    Major themes of the New Testament
    o To explore the general message, purpose and structure of the New Testament writings
    o To set the New Testament in its socio-political-cultural context


    WHEN: 15 September 2020

    LECTURERS: FR JAVIER RUIZ-ORTIZ, PH.D. AND SR MONICA CARDONA PH.D.
    LOCATION: Vaughan House, 46 Francis Street, SW1P 1QN
    Time: 7:00-8:30pm
    Suggested donation £5 per talk.
    Please register at livingfaith@rcdow.org.uk

    The God who Speaks-Journeying with the Bible

    3 Dec

    Matthew: a Guide for 2020

    Overview of the gospel of Matthew with the study of some paradigmatic passages


    14 Jan

    What do we mean by Bible?

    o   To understand the variety of texts and how they relate to each other in the canon

    o   To present the art of translation

    28 Jan

    Who speaks in the Bible? To whom does he speak?

    o   To explore what is meant by inspiration

    o   To present some models of inspiration and interpretation

    11 Feb

    Where does the Bible come from and when did it take place?

    o   To provide some knowledge of the history and geography of salvation

    o   To recognise the main geographical sites and chronological order of the different empires.

    25 Feb

    How do we known it really happened?

    o   To acknowledge how archaeological remains enlighten aspects of the biblical account

    o   To present and comment the Assyrian, Babylonian and Persian remains at the British Museum which enlighten the biblical text.

    10 March

    Major Themes of the Old Testament

    o   To explore the most important themes in the Bible

    o   To present the running themes in the Old Testament

    21 April

    Pentateuch

    o   To present an overview of the Five Books of the Pentateuch

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    5 May

    Historical Books

    o   To present an overview of the Historical Books

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    19 May

    The Prophets

    o   To present an overview of the Prophetic Books

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    16 June

    Poetry and Wisdom in the Bible

    o   To present an overview of the main poetic texts of the Bible (Psalms, Song of Songs and Wisdom texts)

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    15 Sept

    Major themes of the New Testament

    o   To explore the general message, purpose and structure of the New Testament writings

    o   To set the New Testament in tis socio-political-cultural context

    29 Sep

    The story of Jesus according to Mark, Matthew and Luke

    o   To present an overview of the Synoptic gospels

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    13 Oct

    John

    o   To present an overview of the Gospel of John

    To study some chosen/representative texts

    27 Oct

    Paul

    o   To present an overview of the Pauline correspondence

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    10 Nov

    Catholic Letters

    o   To present an overview of the Catholic Epistles (James; Peter; Jude and Hebrews)

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    24 Nov

    Apocalypse

    o   To present an overview of the Apocalypse

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

     

     

     

     

     

  • 29 September 2020
    THE GOD WHO SPEAKS. JOURNEYING WITH THE BIBLE
    Time:7:00pm - 8:30pm
    Venue:Vaughan House, 46 Francis Street, SW1P 1QN

    TITLE: THE GOD WHO SPEAKS. JOURNEYING WITH THE BIBLE

    The story of Jesus according to Mark, Matthew and Luke
    o To present an overview of the Synoptic gospels
    o To study some chosen/representative texts


    WHEN: 29 September 2020
    LECTURERS: FR JAVIER RUIZ-ORTIZ, PH.D. AND SR MONICA CARDONA PH.D.
    LOCATION: Vaughan House, 46 Francis Street, SW1P 1QN
    Time: 7:00-8:30pm
    Suggested donation £5 per talk.
    Please register at livingfaith@rcdow.org.uk

    The God who Speaks-Journeying with the Bible

    3 Dec

    Matthew: a Guide for 2020

    Overview of the gospel of Matthew with the study of some paradigmatic passages


    14 Jan

    What do we mean by Bible?

    o   To understand the variety of texts and how they relate to each other in the canon

    o   To present the art of translation

    28 Jan

    Who speaks in the Bible? To whom does he speak?

    o   To explore what is meant by inspiration

    o   To present some models of inspiration and interpretation

    11 Feb

    Where does the Bible come from and when did it take place?

    o   To provide some knowledge of the history and geography of salvation

    o   To recognise the main geographical sites and chronological order of the different empires.

    25 Feb

    How do we known it really happened?

    o   To acknowledge how archaeological remains enlighten aspects of the biblical account

    o   To present and comment the Assyrian, Babylonian and Persian remains at the British Museum which enlighten the biblical text.

    10 March

    Major Themes of the Old Testament

    o   To explore the most important themes in the Bible

    o   To present the running themes in the Old Testament

    21 April

    Pentateuch

    o   To present an overview of the Five Books of the Pentateuch

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    5 May

    Historical Books

    o   To present an overview of the Historical Books

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    19 May

    The Prophets

    o   To present an overview of the Prophetic Books

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    16 June

    Poetry and Wisdom in the Bible

    o   To present an overview of the main poetic texts of the Bible (Psalms, Song of Songs and Wisdom texts)

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    15 Sept

    Major themes of the New Testament

    o   To explore the general message, purpose and structure of the New Testament writings

    o   To set the New Testament in tis socio-political-cultural context

    29 Sep

    The story of Jesus according to Mark, Matthew and Luke

    o   To present an overview of the Synoptic gospels

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    13 Oct

    John

    o   To present an overview of the Gospel of John

    To study some chosen/representative texts

    27 Oct

    Paul

    o   To present an overview of the Pauline correspondence

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    10 Nov

    Catholic Letters

    o   To present an overview of the Catholic Epistles (James; Peter; Jude and Hebrews)

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    24 Nov

    Apocalypse

    o   To present an overview of the Apocalypse

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

     

     

     

     

     

  • 13 October 2020
    THE GOD WHO SPEAKS. JOURNEYING WITH THE BIBLE
    Time:7:00pm - 8:30pm
    Venue:Vaughan House, 46 Francis Street, SW1P 1QN

    TITLE: THE GOD WHO SPEAKS. JOURNEYING WITH THE BIBLE

    John
    o To present an overview of the Gospel of John
    To study some chosen/representative texts


    WHEN: 13 October 2020
    LECTURERS: FR JAVIER RUIZ-ORTIZ, PH.D. AND SR MONICA CARDONA PH.D.
    LOCATION: Vaughan House, 46 Francis Street, SW1P 1QN
    Time: 7:00-8:30pm
    Suggested donation £5 per talk.
    Please register at livingfaith@rcdow.org.uk

    The God who Speaks-Journeying with the Bible

    3 Dec

    Matthew: a Guide for 2020

    Overview of the gospel of Matthew with the study of some paradigmatic passages

       

    14 Jan

    What do we mean by Bible?

    o   To understand the variety of texts and how they relate to each other in the canon

    o   To present the art of translation

    28 Jan

    Who speaks in the Bible? To whom does he speak?

    o   To explore what is meant by inspiration

    o   To present some models of inspiration and interpretation

    11 Feb

    Where does the Bible come from and when did it take place?

    o   To provide some knowledge of the history and geography of salvation

    o   To recognise the main geographical sites and chronological order of the different empires.

    25 Feb

    How do we known it really happened?

    o   To acknowledge how archaeological remains enlighten aspects of the biblical account

    o   To present and comment the Assyrian, Babylonian and Persian remains at the British Museum which enlighten the biblical text.

    10 March

    Major Themes of the Old Testament

    o   To explore the most important themes in the Bible

    o   To present the running themes in the Old Testament

    21 April

    Pentateuch

    o   To present an overview of the Five Books of the Pentateuch

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    5 May

    Historical Books

    o   To present an overview of the Historical Books

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    19 May

    The Prophets

    o   To present an overview of the Prophetic Books

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    16 June

    Poetry and Wisdom in the Bible

    o   To present an overview of the main poetic texts of the Bible (Psalms, Song of Songs and Wisdom texts)

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    15 Sept

    Major themes of the New Testament

    o   To explore the general message, purpose and structure of the New Testament writings

    o   To set the New Testament in tis socio-political-cultural context

    29 Sep

    The story of Jesus according to Mark, Matthew and Luke

    o   To present an overview of the Synoptic gospels

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    13 Oct

    John

    o   To present an overview of the Gospel of John

    To study some chosen/representative texts

    27 Oct

    Paul

    o   To present an overview of the Pauline correspondence

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    10 Nov

    Catholic Letters

    o   To present an overview of the Catholic Epistles (James; Peter; Jude and Hebrews)

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    24 Nov

    Apocalypse

    o   To present an overview of the Apocalypse

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

  • 27 October 2020
    THE GOD WHO SPEAKS. JOURNEYING WITH THE BIBLE
    Time:7:00pm - 8:30pm
    Venue:Vaughan House, 46 Francis Street, SW1P 1QN

    TITLE: THE GOD WHO SPEAKS. JOURNEYING WITH THE BIBLE

    Paul
    o To present an overview of the Pauline correspondence
    o To study some chosen/representative texts


    WHEN: 27 October 2020
    LECTURERS: FR JAVIER RUIZ-ORTIZ, PH.D. AND SR MONICA CARDONA PH.D.
    LOCATION: Vaughan House, 46 Francis Street, SW1P 1QN
    Time: 7:00-8:30pm
    Suggested donation £5 per talk.
    Please register at livingfaith@rcdow.org.uk

    The God who Speaks-Journeying with the Bible

    3 Dec

    Matthew: a Guide for 2020

    Overview of the gospel of Matthew with the study of some paradigmatic passages

    14 Jan

    What do we mean by Bible?

    o   To understand the variety of texts and how they relate to each other in the canon

    o   To present the art of translation

    28 Jan

    Who speaks in the Bible? To whom does he speak?

    o   To explore what is meant by inspiration

    o   To present some models of inspiration and interpretation

    11 Feb

    Where does the Bible come from and when did it take place?

    o   To provide some knowledge of the history and geography of salvation

    o   To recognise the main geographical sites and chronological order of the different empires.

    25 Feb

    How do we known it really happened?

    o   To acknowledge how archaeological remains enlighten aspects of the biblical account

    o   To present and comment the Assyrian, Babylonian and Persian remains at the British Museum which enlighten the biblical text.

    10 March

    Major Themes of the Old Testament

    o   To explore the most important themes in the Bible

    o   To present the running themes in the Old Testament

    21 April

    Pentateuch

    o   To present an overview of the Five Books of the Pentateuch

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    5 May

    Historical Books

    o   To present an overview of the Historical Books

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    19 May

    The Prophets

    o   To present an overview of the Prophetic Books

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    16 June

    Poetry and Wisdom in the Bible

    o   To present an overview of the main poetic texts of the Bible (Psalms, Song of Songs and Wisdom texts)

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    15 Sept

    Major themes of the New Testament

    o   To explore the general message, purpose and structure of the New Testament writings

    o   To set the New Testament in tis socio-political-cultural context

    29 Sep

    The story of Jesus according to Mark, Matthew and Luke

    o   To present an overview of the Synoptic gospels

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    13 Oct

    John

    o   To present an overview of the Gospel of John

    To study some chosen/representative texts

    27 Oct

    Paul

    o   To present an overview of the Pauline correspondence

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    10 Nov

    Catholic Letters

    o   To present an overview of the Catholic Epistles (James; Peter; Jude and Hebrews)

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    24 Nov

    Apocalypse

    o   To present an overview of the Apocalypse

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

     

     

     

     

     

  • 10 November 2020
    THE GOD WHO SPEAKS. JOURNEYING WITH THE BIBLE
    Time:7:00pm - 8:30pm
    Venue:Vaughan House, 46 Francis Street, SW1P 1QN

    TITLE: THE GOD WHO SPEAKS. JOURNEYING WITH THE BIBLE

    Catholic Letters
    o To present an overview of the Catholic Epistles (James; Peter; Jude and Hebrews)
    o To study some chosen/representative texts


    WHEN: 10 November 2020
    LECTURERS: FR JAVIER RUIZ-ORTIZ, PH.D. AND SR MONICA CARDONA PH.D.
    LOCATION: Vaughan House, 46 Francis Street, SW1P 1QN
    Time: 7:00-8.30pm
    Suggested donation £5 per talk.
    Please register at livingfaith@rcdow.org.uk

    The God who Speaks-Journeying with the Bible

    3 Dec

    Matthew: a Guide for 2020

    Overview of the gospel of Matthew with the study of some paradigmatic passages

    14 Jan

    What do we mean by Bible?

    o   To understand the variety of texts and how they relate to each other in the canon

    o   To present the art of translation

    28 Jan

    Who speaks in the Bible? To whom does he speak?

    o   To explore what is meant by inspiration

    o   To present some models of inspiration and interpretation

    11 Feb

    Where does the Bible come from and when did it take place?

    o   To provide some knowledge of the history and geography of salvation

    o   To recognise the main geographical sites and chronological order of the different empires.

    25 Feb

    How do we known it really happened?

    o   To acknowledge how archaeological remains enlighten aspects of the biblical account

    o   To present and comment the Assyrian, Babylonian and Persian remains at the British Museum which enlighten the biblical text.

    10 March

    Major Themes of the Old Testament

    o   To explore the most important themes in the Bible

    o   To present the running themes in the Old Testament

    21 April

    Pentateuch

    o   To present an overview of the Five Books of the Pentateuch

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    5 May

    Historical Books

    o   To present an overview of the Historical Books

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    19 May

    The Prophets

    o   To present an overview of the Prophetic Books

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    16 June

    Poetry and Wisdom in the Bible

    o   To present an overview of the main poetic texts of the Bible (Psalms, Song of Songs and Wisdom texts)

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    15 Sept

    Major themes of the New Testament

    o   To explore the general message, purpose and structure of the New Testament writings

    o   To set the New Testament in tis socio-political-cultural context

    29 Sep

    The story of Jesus according to Mark, Matthew and Luke

    o   To present an overview of the Synoptic gospels

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    13 Oct

    John

    o   To present an overview of the Gospel of John

    To study some chosen/representative texts

    27 Oct

    Paul

    o   To present an overview of the Pauline correspondence

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    10 Nov

    Catholic Letters

    o   To present an overview of the Catholic Epistles (James; Peter; Jude and Hebrews)

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    24 Nov

    Apocalypse

    o   To present an overview of the Apocalypse

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

     

     

     

     

     

  • 24 November 2020
    THE GOD WHO SPEAKS. JOURNEYING WITH THE BIBLE
    Time:7:00pm - 8:30pm
    Venue:Vaughan House, 46 Francis Street, SW1P 1QN

    TITLE: THE GOD WHO SPEAKS. JOURNEYING WITH THE BIBLE

    Apocalypse
    o To present an overview of the Apocalypse
    o To study some chosen/representative texts


    WHEN: 24 November 2020

    LECTURERS: FR JAVIER RUIZ-ORTIZ, PH.D. AND SR MONICA CARDONA PH.D.
    LOCATION: Vaughan House, 46 Francis Street, SW1P 1QN
    Time: 7:00-8:30pm
    Suggested donation £5 per talk.
    Please register at livingfaith@rcdow.org.uk

    The God who Speaks-Journeying with the Bible

    3 Dec

    Matthew: a Guide for 2020

    Overview of the gospel of Matthew with the study of some paradigmatic passages

    14 Jan

    What do we mean by Bible?

    o   To understand the variety of texts and how they relate to each other in the canon

    o   To present the art of translation

    28 Jan

    Who speaks in the Bible? To whom does he speak?

    o   To explore what is meant by inspiration

    o   To present some models of inspiration and interpretation

    11 Feb

    Where does the Bible come from and when did it take place?

    o   To provide some knowledge of the history and geography of salvation

    o   To recognise the main geographical sites and chronological order of the different empires.

    25 Feb

    How do we known it really happened?

    o   To acknowledge how archaeological remains enlighten aspects of the biblical account

    o   To present and comment the Assyrian, Babylonian and Persian remains at the British Museum which enlighten the biblical text.

    10 March

    Major Themes of the Old Testament

    o   To explore the most important themes in the Bible

    o   To present the running themes in the Old Testament

    21 April

    Pentateuch

    o   To present an overview of the Five Books of the Pentateuch

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    5 May

    Historical Books

    o   To present an overview of the Historical Books

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    19 May

    The Prophets

    o   To present an overview of the Prophetic Books

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    16 June

    Poetry and Wisdom in the Bible

    o   To present an overview of the main poetic texts of the Bible (Psalms, Song of Songs and Wisdom texts)

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    15 Sept

    Major themes of the New Testament

    o   To explore the general message, purpose and structure of the New Testament writings

    o   To set the New Testament in tis socio-political-cultural context

    29 Sep

    The story of Jesus according to Mark, Matthew and Luke

    o   To present an overview of the Synoptic gospels

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    13 Oct

    John

    o   To present an overview of the Gospel of John

    To study some chosen/representative texts

    27 Oct

    Paul

    o   To present an overview of the Pauline correspondence

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    10 Nov

    Catholic Letters

    o   To present an overview of the Catholic Epistles (James; Peter; Jude and Hebrews)

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts

    24 Nov

    Apocalypse

    o   To present an overview of the Apocalypse

    o   To study some chosen/representative texts