Friday, October 29, 2010
The Wait Has Ended!
They have arrived!
Brandon provided tonight's lecture on "What Is a Parable?" We had a good turnout for the evening lecture, probably about 75 or so.
Tomorrow's workshops begin at 9:30 then at 1:30.
If you join us you will happy like these people!
And these people...
and these people too!!
Here are tomorrow's workshops:
The History and Craft of Parables
To understand Jesus' parables one must begin with an overview of the art of story-telling and the several methods involved in the interpretation of stories, ancient and modern. Participants will examine the ancient craft of parable-making side-by-side with modern examples of transparent poetry and creative songwriting. This workshop will explore not only what a parable might mean, but also how it means to be taken.
Saturday, 9:30 A.M.-Noon
Parables and the Kingdom
Jesus' parables are both a door and a mirror to the kingdom of God. But does the kingdom illuminate the parables (Matthew) or do parables illuminate the kingdom (Mark)? Better yet, do we unravel the parables, or do they unravel us? The parables of the Banquet and Unjust Steward, the Prodigal Son, the Good Samaritan, the Leaven, and the Mustard Seed will serve as the primary texts for this presentation.
Saturday, 1:30-4 P.M.
Posted by John Shuck at 10/29/2010 07:23:00 PM