How To Read the Bible

By: Caoimhe Maher | Posted on: 10 October 2017

This 8-week course is a great starting point for anyone, especially beginners, who would like to discover more about the Bible

For many people reading the Bible can be a daunting task.   Where does one begin? How does one make sense of it? "How to Read the Bible" is an 8-week course open to anyone, especially beginners, who would like to discover more about the Bible.

 

Commitment required:

A willingness to participate in all eight sessions and to undertake some reading and light study (up to two hours weekly) between sessions.

 

Cost:

There is no charge. Each participant will receive the course book and a Christian Community Bible (Catholic Pastoral Edition), the particular bible that will be used throughout the course.

 

Course Book:

Brendan McConvery C.Ss.R. How To Read The Bible: A Manual For Beginners And For Those Who Have Forgotten How, Redemptorist Communications Ireland, 2009.

 

 

Description:

Fr. Brendan McConvery C.Ss.R., a much respected Irish Biblical Scholar who taught scripture at St. Patrick’s College Maynooth for many years, designed this 80-page book to support engagement with the Bible. Its simple, user friendly style invites exploration in a non-threatening and accessible way. Through it Fr. Brendan provides the reader with the tools to unearth the richness of both the Old and New Testaments, and even to pray with them. It lends itself nicely to group exploration, supporting course participants in widening their understanding of scripture.

 

Venus and Times

Venue

Time

Ballykisteen Hotel

Tuesdays from 7.30pm-8.45pm starting the 24th of October 2017

Parish Centre Cashel

Thursdays from 7.30pm-8.45pm starting the 26th of October 2017

St Patrick's Campus Thurles

Tuesdays from 7.30pm-8.45pm starting the 24th of October 2017

 

Please contact:

For queries or to book a place: email IIPS@mic.ul.ie  or phone 0504 20392