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Kellie Brodman-Angel

September 19, 2017

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Bluffton Presbyterian offers "Living the Questions 2.0" series

Open to the community Sunday mornings from Feb. 12 to March 26

Bluffton Presbyterian Church, 112 N. Main St., offers an adult Sunday school class "Living the Questions 2.0" beginning Sunday, Feb. 12. The class meets in the church from 9 to 10 a.m.

The class will view the DVD series that brings together over 30 theologians, scholars, pastors, and others in an exploration of an inclusive Christianity.

The 20-30-minutes DVD sessions are open to all adults in the community. Time for discussion follows the DVD.

Rev. David Good, pastor, said, "The presentations are for those who grew up in a church as well as those who are searching as adults. There is no weekly commitment. All are welcome to come when you can.

"Are there theological and historical questions we are afraid to ask? What is the role of Christianity in the 21st century? How should Christians address today's "hot-button" issues? "Living the Questions 2.0" offers insight into these and other  questions."

Series schedule and themes:
Feb. 12 -  "Invitation to Journey"
Feb. 19 -  "Taking the Bible Seriously"
Feb. 26 -  "Thinking Theologically"
March 5 - "Stories of Creation"
March 12 -  "Lives of Jesus"
March 19 - "Paul, Passion for Christ"
March 26 -  "Out into the World"

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