05 Apr The Social Dimensions of the Johanine “I ams” and Their Significance for the Church and the Academy

The Social Dimensions of the Johanine “I ams” and Their Significance for the Church and the Academy

Garrett Evangelical
CEUs: 0.5
Tuition: $50.00
Instructor(s): Dr. Osvaldo Vena, Professor of New Testament Interpretation
Contact Info: Seminary@garrett.edu

Class Description

In this sabbatical lecture, Dr. Osvaldo Vena explores the implications of the “I am” statements in the Gospel of John using contextual and historical criticism. What emerges is a dynamic and evocative thesis with exciting implications for 21st Century interpretations.

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