- Sunday | April 2, 2017
- 10:10 am
- St. Paul's Dining Room
Sunday morning Adult Forums in Lent will feature a five-week series entitled, Why Did Jesus Have to Die? Exploring the Intersection of Divine and Human Suffering. Led by Dr. Natalie Kertes Weaver, Chair and Associate Professor of Religious Studies at Ursuline College, the series will use a multi-disciplinary approach to understanding the meaning of Jesus’ crucifixion and suffering in our world.
Each week’s presentation will stand alone, but the series will trace a historic arc of the theory of the atonement. Please join us at 10:10 a.m. in the Dining Room on five Sundays in Lent. All are welcome.
Copies of Dr. Weaver’s slides will be available here during the week following the presentation.
Video of these presentations beginning with Week 2 – Pounds of Flesh… will available on St. Paul’s YouTube Channel.
April 2: On Earth As It Is In Heaven – Revisioning Jesus in the Suffering World Today
The world today, characterized by unprecedented opportunity and hazard on a global scale, invites Christians to consider anew the meaning of the suffering of Jesus. In a world of innocent deaths – caused by militarism, poverty, discrimination, and environmental decay- can a single, ancient, innocent death lead to the salvation of the world?