Study of Genesis (Session 7)
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Study of Genesis (Session 7)

The age-old stories in the opening chapters of Genesis have been used (and abused) by Christians for centuries to address such pressing questions as how the world began, how humans originated, how males and females relate, whence comes evil, how science and religion relate and why bad things happen. Come to explore these stories on Sunday mornings from 9:20-9:50 beginning March 6 in our Sanctuary. Dr. Blaine Edele (Ph.D. in Old Testament from Duke University) will explore these foundational stories from the early chapters of Genesis. No prior knowledge of Genesis is required, only a curiosity to learn.

Please note: Today’s session picks up from where the class left off on Palm Sunday.

Date May 1, 2022Time 9:20 am - 9:50 amVenue Bethesda Episcopal ChurchVenue Google Map Link + Google MapVenue Phone 518-584-5980Category Parish Life Classes Newcomers

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