Join the Catholic Certificate of Religious Studies (CCRS) students on a day that will begin to open up the New Testament to those new to the topic, including its historical, geographical, cultural, political and religious background, the centrality of the Paschal Mystery, the formation of the New Testament, the different types of literature contained in the New Testament (e.g., gospel, letter, parable, miracle story) and the use of the New Testament in the Church today.
Course Leader: Dr Dominic White OP
Date: Saturday 9th October 2021, 10.00am–4.00pm (includes lunch and coffee breaks)
Early Bird £15 – only before 20 September 2021. For Early Bird, please enter EB in the Promo field in the Eventbrite ticket page and click Apply.
Registration opens 1 September 2021
Register at Eventbrite : https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/the-margaret-beaufort-institute-of-theology-33109216441
This course is subsidised by the RC Diocese of East Anglia.
No prior knowledge is required.
Fr Dominic White OP is a Dominican friar and priest, from Blackfriars in Cambridge. He is the author of The Lost Knowledge of Christ: Contemporary Spiritualities, Christian Cosmology, and the Arts (Collegeville: The Liturgical Press, 2015), and How Do I Look: Theology in the Age of the Selfie (London: SCM, 2020).