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-Dr. Scott Hahn, St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology
What’s so important about the Holy Spirit, and how do we develop a relationship with him—or it? Join us for a morning of study, refreshment, and discussion as we consider these questions and others together.
Join us in person, or online at your own pace as we survey a panoramic view of Sacred Scripture’s unified testimony: the one God of heaven and earth, revealed in Jesus Christ.
Join us in person, or online at your own pace as we study the letters of St. Paul to deepen our knowledge of God and to move our hearts toward greater faith and devotion as we meet our Lord in the life-transforming message of Sacred Scripture.
Join us in person, or online at your own pace as we listen intently to our Lord’s most intimate disclosure to his disciples, in order to be shaped by it for love and service and glory.
Join us in person, or online at your own pace to investigate how the Bible shapes our understanding of the relationship between the Church as God’s “Kingdom” and the secular kingdoms which surround it.
All seminar sessions and Q&A available now online. Join us by video at a reduced rate to contemplate a biblical theology of communication, what it means to measure our words, and how to do so.
Join us in person, or online at your own pace as we follow the Teacher’s train of thought through this book of divine wisdom in search of a meaningful life.
Join us in person, or online at your own pace as we discover what God is up to through the testimony of these amazing books.
Join us in person, or online at your own pace as we explore the magnificent account of our Lord’s ministry and of his Gospel in Luke.