Tuesday, December 10, 2013, 7:15 PM - 8:45 PM
Faith & Reason Seminar
with Fr. Mario Arroyo
A Tuesday Evening Study Series
Our Fall Program
Controversies and Meaning
in Western History
From “The Great Courses” Series
7:15 pm to 8:45 pm
Sept. 2 - Dec. 10
What happened after the book of Revelation was written and why it has managed to generate so much debate in Western society over the past 2,000 years.
Exiled to the island of Patmos over 1,900 years ago, a prophet named John wrote a remarkable letter to fellow Christians. That letter is the Apocalypse of John, also known as the book of Revelation, and Christians and non-Christians alike have been debating its message ever since.
This study has 12 sessions and the DVD presentations are by Dr. Craig R. Koester.
Dr. Koester—who has translated the book of Revelation from its original Greek—engages you directly with Revelation, examining its meaning in John's day and how it continues to be meaningful to contemporary readers.
This study will be led by Fr. Mario Arroyo - Pastor of St. Cyril of Alexandria Catholic Church.