Date(s) - Saturday, 24th November, 2018
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
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Stephen and Neville have both had long research and study interest in Luke’s Gospel. This day will highlight leading themes in Luke, geared to the preacher and lovers of this Gospel. Four sessions will be offered on such things as reading Luke with the Old Testament, the special parables of Luke, women and social justice, angels, and writers and commentators. We have chosen a Saturday to make the input as accessible as possible for all ministers, especially those who have other work, and we want to keep costs down so bring your own lunch and a Bible (preferably the NRSV).
Stephen Laird is University Chaplain and Associate Lecturer at the University of Kent as well as Parish Priest of Blean and Tyler Hill in Canterbury. He also teaches ordinands and other students in St Augustine’s College of Theology. For many years Stephen has taught Biblical Studies, as well as courses on Judaism and Islam. He has a doctorate through Kent in the History and Theory of Art and since 2014 he has been a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries.
Neville Emslie is Ministry Development Officer in the diocese, before becoming an Anglican Neville was a Baptist minister in New Zealand and taught New Testament and Koiné Greek in the University of Otago. He was Principal of the School of Ministry Knox College before moving to the UK in 2006. His ever-expanding interests now embrace clergy psychology as he is researching emotional intelligence among Anglican clergy.
Welcome and coffee from 9.30am, please bring your own lunch.
Parking is limited at St Mary Bredin, you are advised to use park and ride, the nearest car park is Holman’s Meadow. If you need blue badge parking please add this to your booking.
Bookings are closed for this event.