Scripture, Hermeneutics, and the Middle East

In by Catherine McDowell

The focus of this study group is on the biblical texts and hermeneutical approaches that inform various theologies of the Land and People of God, with interest in how these theologies shape contemporary Christian responses to Middle East realities and conflicts, with particular concern for Israel and Palestine.

Scripture and the University

In by Catherine McDowell

The Scripture and the University Seminar looks forward to its November 2022 meeting, which will consist of invited papers devoted to the exploration of “The Bible and the University Disciplines.” For those interested in learning more, please contact Brad Green ([email protected]).

Difficult Texts in the Old Testament: A Workshop Approach

In by Peter Gurry

Each year this group will examine a difficult passage in the Old Testament from multiple angles. The session will be divided into two parts with Part I addressing exegesis and intertextuality and Part II addressing biblical theology and ethics. Each part will begin with two brief (5-min) invited responses to get the conversation started, but the bulk of the time …

Scripture and Hermeneutics Seminar

In by Peter Gurry

The Scripture and Hermeneutics Seminar (SAHS) works to facilitate a renewal of biblical interpretation in the academy that will help reopen the Book for our cultures. It does so from an academic, ecumenical, interdisciplinary, communal, and Christian foundation. SAHS is part of the Kirby Laing Centre Scripture Collective (KLCSC).