Tuesday, May 26, 2015

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Jesus in Scripture and Tradition

Dear Friends,
In less than a week, Jesus in Scripture and Tradition (TH120.1x) will begin. We look forward to having more than 6,000 of you from over 130 countries join us from around the world as we explore the mystery of Jesus Christ. 
In this course, we will examine how the Person of Jesus is presented and proclaimed in the Bible as a mystery of God's revelation. By "mystery" we mean an identity that can never be fully fathomed by finite human beings because it expresses God's unfathomably loving purpose in creating and redeeming humankind. It requires constant study, reflection, and meditation in order to appreciate, that is, it requires a theological study. Throughout our eight week course, we will investigate what that process looks like rather than providing a full and final definition of who Jesus was and is.  
Professors Gary Anderson and John Cavadini and their two teaching assistants, Troy and Michael, will provide support for your learning throughout the eight weeks. Each member of our course team wants to make sure that by the end of this course you have a better understanding of the material and concepts presented, so please remember to use the discussion forum and our Facebook page to ask them any questions you might have throughout the course. We also have a Twitter account, @TH120x, where our team will post news and updates.
We look forward to beginning our exploration of the mystery of Christ with you all,
Your "Jesus in Scripture and Tradition" Course Team

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