Can listening to our varying interpretations of Scripture across the different Christian traditions draw us closer to each other and equip us better to share together God’s work in God’s world?
Join the Society for Ecumenical Studies (SfES) webinar on Zoom on 7.30 – 9 p.m. Monday, 13 September 2021.
Fr Nicholas King, SJ is a Jesuit of the British Province. He has taught in schools and universities in the UK and South Africa and is now tutor and fellow in New Testament Studies at Campion Hall, University of Oxford. He has many publications to his name including translations of the Greek New Testament, and the Septuagint. Nick is currently Assistant Catholic Chaplain to the University of Oxford and is also responsible for the Formation of Jesuits from outside the British Province.
Diana Paulding is a first-year PhD student at the University of Exeter and grew up in the United Reformed Church (URC). She specialised in the Hebrew Bible whilst studying for her BA and MPhil in Theology at the University of Cambridge, and her doctoral research focuses on individual and cultural trauma in the book of Job. Within the URC, Diana is a member of the denomination’s Faith and Order Committee, a council member of the URC History Society, and a regular worshipper and member of the leadership team with yourchurch, an online congregation affiliated with the URC.
Pastor (Dr). Daniel Akhazemea is the Rector of Christ the Redeemer College, London and a member of the Theology Advisory Group of the Evangelical Alliance, UK. He is an Assistant Regional Pastor of the Redeemed Christian Church of God and chairs the RCCG national Board on Training and Education. He has written widely on Black Majority Churches, Pentecostalism and Christian education.
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