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Reading Romans for Today – Kieran O’Mahony OSA SS24-25

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Places available!

Tutor: Kieran O’Mahony OSA

Fridays: 10.30-12.00noon

Dates: 15th March – 3rd May 2024 

Cost: €60 (5 weeks; no class 19 April)

Module Ref: SS24-25

The Centre will be closed for mid-term break

12-16 February 2024 and for an Easter break 25 March to 5 April.

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Module Description

The Letter to the Romans is one of the greatest Christian documents, with an includable influence across the centuries. Why did Paul write to the Romans, a community he had not founded? What were the presenting issues at the time? How does Paul go about responding? Can we trace the ‘line of argument’ and, even more, can this sustained act to spiritual reflection speak to us today?

Kieran O’Mahony is an Augustinian friar and a biblical scholar, with particular interest in the letters of St Paul and the Gospel according to John. He taught for many years in the Milltown Institute of Theology and Philosophy (Dublin). Currently, he is publishing a 9-volume series called “Hearers of the Word” on the readings for Advent, Lent and Eastertide. With Jessie Rogers and Seán Goan he is on the team of the newly formed Tarsus Scripture School. For more information visit www.tarsus.ie.

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