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Metaphysical Bible - Cancelled

11/01/2023 06:30 PM - 12/06/2023 08:30 PM PT


Thank you for your interest in Metaphysical Bible. This class has been cancelled.
Stories from the Bible are part of our culture, whether you were raised in a Judeo-Christian home or not. Most of us have heard at least one interpretation or another of the stories of Genesis, Noah’s Ark, or the Tower of Babel.
Have you ever wondered how to interpret this text, held sacred to so many, and use its powerful stories in your spiritual life?
In this engaging and interactive course, Dr. Will Coleman will offer a metaphysical overview to the bible. You will be guided through a dynamic exploration of teachings and exercises that will unlock doors to the writings of both Ernest Holmes and Charles Fillmore. Working with themes of Science of Mind, meditation, African/Americas spiritualities, mysticism, Kabbalah, the Kybalion, Master Key System, Rosicrucianism, theosophy, and more, as well as an introduction to biblical Hebrew, Greek and Vulgate Latin that are the primary languages and thought forms of the “metaphysical” transmission and interpretation of the bible, together we will reveal hidden truths in the Bible, its historical context, and deeper meaning.
You will walk away from this course with a deeper knowledge as well as powerful spiritual tools and their practical applications to use this Ancient Wisdom and New Thought in your life.
Wednesdays, Nov 1-Dec 6, 6:30-8:30pm PT (no class Nov 22)
Instructor: Dr. Will Coleman
Category: Core - Elective
Location: Webinar (link information is posted on class resource page, and will be sent out a few days prior to class starting, as well as 5pm each class evening)
Fee: $125 until 8 pm, 10/29, $150 after.
Texts that will be referenced during class (not required):
By Ernest Holmes:
The Science of Mind (this will be the primary text)
The Hidden Power of the Bible: What Science of Mind Reveals about the Bible and You)
365 Science of Mind: A Year of Daily Wisdom from Ernest Holmes
By Rev. Margo Ruark:
Where'd He Get That?: A Biblical Cross-Reference to Earnest Holmes' The Science of Mind

Will Coleman, Ph.D. is a professor at the Interdenominational Theological Center in Atlanta, Georgia. In addition to teaching philosophy, theology and hermeneutics, he offers courses on African traditional religions. Dr. Coleman has over ten years of offering a pro bono online series of lessons that focus on the theme of “The Bible and Meditation” and he has offered extensive lessons on both the Science of Mind and Twelve Powers of Man texts. Dr. Coleman’s publication, Tribal Talk: Black Theology, Hermeneutics and African/American Ways of “Telling the Story” (Penn State Press, 2000), was nominated for the Grawemeyer Award in Religion by Penn State Press (2001).
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