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How do the New Testament authors understand the Passion of Jesus?
Why was Jesus tried and convicted?
Why did Jesus die?
How to understand the liturgical traditions commemorating Jesus’ Passion?
Wednesday evenings: February 15 & 22 and March 8 & 15, 2017
6.30-8pm, with refreshments from 6pm.
Wednesday 15 February: The Synoptic Gospel traditions of Christ’s PassionDr Ian Elmer, Australian Catholic University
Wednesday 22 February: Saint Paul as the earliest Christian writer on Christ’s death and resurrectionDr Emmanuel Nathan, Australian Catholic University
Wednesday 1 March: ASH WEDNESDAY (no lecture)
Wednesday 8 March: The Gospel of John and the Death of JesusDr Debra Snoddy, Catholic Institute of Sydney
Wednesday 15 March: Liturgical Theology and the Music of the Paschal TriduumDr Jason McFarland, ACU Centre for Liturgy
Australian Catholic University (Strathfield Campus), 25A Barker Road, Strathfield, NSW 2135.
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