Wed, Nov 13 | Location: Zoom Video Conference

Hey Jude: A Fresh Approach to Interpreting the NT Book of Jude

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Hey Jude: A Fresh Approach to Interpreting the NT Book of Jude


Nov 13, 2019, 4:30 PM – 6:30 PM
Location: Zoom Video Conference


REGISTRATION CLOSES - Wednesday, November 13th at 12pm PST


PRESENTER: Jackson Painter, Ph.D.

WEBINAR DATE & TIME - Wednesday, November 13th at 4:30 - 6:30pm PST

TOPIC - Hey Jude: A Fresh Approach to Interpreting the NT Book of Jude

DESCRIPTION - This 2-hr webinar focuses on the Bible book of Jude. What is the epistle of Jude about? Most interpreters see it as a response to "Christian" false teaching and lax ethics. By contrast, Greek New Testament expert, Jackson Painter, Ph.D., argues that the message of Jude was written to help the early church respond to persecution, including the martyrdom of Jesus' brother, James. If you're interested to take an introductory crash course for one evening on the letter of Jude, then sign up to be guided interactively by Dr. Painter as he walks us through Jude, showing us an interpretive approach that honors the full text, appears to make more sense of it, and better fits the first century Jewish character of this twenty-five-verse long letter. The desired outcome of this teaching is for you to be inspired to respond to hard times with the endurance of love.

BIOGRAPHY - Dr.  Jackson Painter has taught at the undergraduate and graduate levels for  over two decades with a specialty in New Testament literature and  Greek. He has taught a variety of courses including the Synoptic  Gospels, John’s Gospel and Letters, Acts and Pauline Letters,  Revelation, Biblical Interpretation and Philosophy of Church Music. His  Ph.D. is from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville,  KY.  He currently serves as Professor of New Testament and Greek at  Simpson University, Redding, CA and as Adjunct Professor of New  Testament at the A. W. Tozer Theological Seminary.  He has written The  Gospel of John: A Thematic Approach (Wipf & Stock, 2010) and has  presented numerous papers on a variety of New Testament topics.


Jackson  is married to Lynn and has three delightful children, Emily, Joanna and  Daniel. He enjoys kayaking, woodworking and photography.

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