The University of Dallas has appointed Luciana Hampilos assistant general counsel. Hampilos, who served as the university’s Director of the Office of Civil Rights and Title IX since 2020, began her new role on Jan. 26.+ Read More
Developed out of the Catholic Biblical School, these classes are open to all adults and focus on various themes throughout the Bible. A more comprehensive and in-depth study of than what may be offered in the Adult Faith Formation program, this program is thirty weeks long, requiring students to meet once a week for two hours. Classes include presentations on background and context, large group discussion, and reference to both historical or biblical commentary and primary sources.
While they may be of particular interest to graduates of the Catholic Biblical School and others with a background in Scripture, history, or ministry, these classes require no prerequisites and are open to everyone.
During the 2013-2014 school year, the Neuhoff Institute for Ministry & Evangelization will offer New Testament Themes as part of the Biblical Themes Series. This will be taught by Jim McGill, M.A. and will be open to any adult interested in learning about the history, personalities and theology of the New Testament.
|Kingdom of God
Gift of the Holy Spirit
And many others from NT texts, including:
There will be several textbooks and other reading assignments, but there will be no tests, papers or written homework in this course.
New Testament Themes will be offered in two locations in the DFW area. There will be thirty meetings in total with periodic breaks for holidays.
|9:30 - 11:30 am||University of Dallas
|7:00 - 9:00 pm||All Saints Parish
2013-2014 NTT ACADEMIC CALENDAR -- coming soon!
The cost for the class annually is $615.00 ($575.00 if registered before May 31, 2013), or $330.00 per semester. Please note that no part of the course fee is refundable. Also, the course fee does NOT include books.
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Ryan T. Anderson, Ph.D., who is the university’s first St. John Paul II Fellow in Social Thought and has held the position since 2019, will give a lecture on natural law on Feb. 16. Anderson’s...+ Read More