Formation For Life: Adult Education 11:00 AM on Sundays
September 28: “Hearing the Gospel in 1st Century Palestine” with Russ Arnold. Russ Arnold is an Associate Professor of Religious Studies at Regis University. His main areas of teaching are interfaith studies, comparative religion, and biblical studies. He received his PhD from UCLA in Hebrew Bible and Early Judaism, focusing on the ritual and liturgical lives of the community responsible for the Dead Sea Scrolls. Russ practices a Reconstructionist Judaism deeply informed by his commitment to Quaker principles and practices. He lives in Evergreen with his wife, Ginger, and two boys, Isaac and Asher.
October 5: “Liberation Theologies: Stories of Finding the Gospel among the Poor” with Julia Brumbaugh
October 19: “Contextual Theologies: Voices Emerging from Global Experiences” with Julia Brumbaugh
Julia Brumbaugh is associate professor of Religious Studies at Regis University. Her theological work emerges out of the convergences and challenges of Catholic theology and community lived out in light of feminist theological reflection and spiritualities. She lives in Denver with her husband and sons.
October 26 and November 2 - Augustine to Reformers and Anabaptist Interpretations
October 26: “Memory and Myth in Augustine and Luther” with Kari Kloos
November 2: “Martyrs and Memory for All Saints” with Kari Kloos
Kari Kloos is an associate professor of Religious Studies at Regis University. Her academic interests include early and medieval Christian history, Christian theology of vocation, and feminist theology. A lifelong Lutheran, she is interested in ecumenical dialogue and the ongoing need for reforms in Christian life.