STARTING JUNE 30
Fellowship Hall & via Zoom
Dove. Harvest. Sackcloth. Bread. Vineyard. For regular readers of the Bible these are familiar words. Yet these are not simply nouns and verbs – but images which were meant to convey something far richer than a mundane definition of the word itself. In other words, we can miss the fullest meaning of a Bible passage if we lack an understanding of how biblical imagery works in Scripture.
This 8 session class will be an introduction to the use of imagery in the Bible. Participants will not only learn to be sensitive to the presence of imagery but will also study numerous images and word-pictures found in the Old and New Testaments.
This class will meet on Wednesday evenings from 7 – 9 pm and will require out-of-class preparation averaging a few hours each week. It will be taught by members of the GCC pastoral staff and will begin Wednesday, June 30. There will also be the option to join by Zoom if you prefer.
To register please click HERE.