Join us this Sunday, April 11, for the last of five classes on our Lenten book: The World Before and After Jesus: Desire of the Everlasting Hills by Thomas Cahill. Today, we consider The Shroud of Turin (p. 288-294), a controversial object that inspires faith for someand scorn for others. The New York Times Book Review called Cahill’s book “rare and inspiring… a stunning success.” Join us for a thoughtful discussion of Cahill’s brilliant insights about the Jesus the first disciples knew. Everyone is welcome. Use this link to get the class notes for this week: they come out on Friday.
— Rev. Margaret Schwarzer Everyone is welcome.
Please join us from 9am – 9:45am on Zoom.
Meeting ID: 815 59151528
Join us next Sunday, April 18, for Christ’s Diversity in Lutheran Churches through the Art of Emmanuel Vigeland, led by Dr.Virginia Chieffto – Raguin, Distinguished Professor of Humanities, Holy Cross. What does Jesus look like when you picture him? Come discover a different perspective. Everyone is welcome.