Fri, 07 Aug|
Hebrew Context & Culture (2)
This new course will explore familiar bible passages through the lens of the Hebrew context and culture. Discover how parables and accounts of Jesus and his disciples take on new depth when understood in their historical context.
Time & Location
07 Aug 2020, 10:30 – 14:30
Red Hill, Heath End, Snitterfield, Stratford-upon-Avon CV37 0PQ, UK
About the Event
We will consider how understanding language, context and culture of the scriptures impact their meaning.
Tom is the Director at Red Hill, and oversees all aspects of the work along with his wife Olivia and daughter Elia.
In 2011, God called Tom and Olivia to take a step of faith, to sell their house and for Tom to leave his job as a Police Officer, in order that they would be free to serve the Lord in whatever way He required.
Since then Tom has served both in the UK and abroad as a teacher and worship leader, serving with Ebenezer Operation Exodus since 2012 and as Director of Red Hill since 2017.
Tom is a passionate teacher and student with a particular interest in understanding the Hebraic context and culture of the Scriptures. He has travelled and taught internationally including leading study tours in Israel, Rome and the UK. He has also been studying Biblical Hebrew with the Hebrew University of Jerusalem since 2012.
£20 per person, bring your own lunch.
- Ticket type
Hebrew Context & Culture
Please bring your own lunchPrice£20.00