Wednesdays 28 February and 7, 14 and 21 March, 6–8pm

ACU Melbourne Campus, 115 Victoria Parade, Fitzroy

Explore the gospel that will be heard in the Sunday lectionary in 2018 from an historical and narrative context, and in dialogue with the experiences of people’s lives today. ACU invites registrations for this upcoming short course, which is open to the public:

How might Mark’s Gospel have been heard in the first century?

What vision of life did the Gospel of Mark paint and why?

How might people in the 21st century make sense of the vision that unfolds in Mark’s Gospel?

To what extent does the ‘good news’ of Mark continue to speak to people today, more than 2000 years after it was first heard?

What does Mark tell us today about suffering and dying?

Cost: $100 for those requiring a certificate of attendance. $50 for attendance only. Alternative methods of payment are available.

Details and registration: (registration essential by Friday 23 February):,_institutes_and_centres/theology_and_philosophy/theology/short_courses/melbourne


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