Athens Institute of Ministry
Joseph Harris is an author, teacher and speaker specializing in helping people to understand the Bible and to experience deeper love by living according to the teachings of Jesus. He has a degree in Molecular Biology from Princeton University, a Masters in Adult Education and Training from the University of Phoenix, and has done graduate study in Education at Montclair State University, in Dynamics of Organization at the University of Pennsylvania, and in biblical and classical languages at the University of a Pennsylvania, the Rocky Mountain School of Ministry and Theology, the Biblical Languages Center, the Ancient Languages Institute, and with Seumas Macdonald. He has done post-graduate religious studies at Columbia Biblical Seminary, Princeton Theological Seminary and Trinity Theological Seminary.
Joseph has an international teaching and speaking ministry called Teach Me the Bible. He is also the co-director and a founding teacher of the Athens Institute of Ministry (www.athensinstitute.org), which teaches courses in biblical and religious studies online and in various locations internationally.
ABOUT THE CLASS:
Setting the Heart Aflame –– Reading Scripture Deeply and Well
There are different ways of reading, depending on your purpose for reading at the time. This class explains the differences between intensive, extensive, and close Bible reading and will provide direction and suggestions for the purposes best suited to each style of reading the Bible. Selected passages and examples will illustrate how and when intensive, extensive, and close reading may be applied to the Bible. This will equip you to learn how to understand better what the biblical authors were communicating to their original audiences as well as understand how to more responsibly and accurately apply the Bible to your own life.
Thursday, February 24th
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
AVAILABLE ONLINE ONLY.