CBS Alum Class: Gospel of John, continued
All CBS graduates are invited to join this ongoing class, whether you participated in past years or not. New students will receive detailed lectures discussing the problems and issues involved in the interpretation of the Fourth Gospel and a full commentary on the Prologue to the Gospel and the first three chapters. We will begin our fall study with a review of these matters, and then proceed to an in-depth, literary-historical analysis of the Book of Signs (chaps. 4-12 of the Gospel) and the Book of Glory (chaps. 13-21) and extract and explore the rich theology these chapters contain.

Cost: $95 due with registration. Payments must be in the form of a check made out to OEEC. A minimum of 16 students must register for the course to go forward. We will not process any payments until the minimum number of students have registered.

Classes will be held at St. Thomas Seminary, Bloomfield on Wednesday evenings from 7 to 9 PM. Review class, for new students is on September 6, 2017. Regular class sessions will begin on September 13, 2017 and will continue through November 15. Make-up classes, if needed, may be scheduled for Dec. 6 and 13.

Required texts for students:
The Gospel of John and Raymond E. Brown, An Introduction to the New Testament. New York: Doubleday, 1997.

Suggested texts for students:
Raymond E. Brown, The Gospels and Epistles of John: A Concise Commentary. Collegeville: Liturgical Press, 1988.
Raymond E. Brown, The Community of the Beloved Discipl. New York: Paulist Press, 1978, 1999.

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