Wisdom of the World Religions: A Dive into Sacred Texts Year Long Series
In this series, we'll dive into the teachings and stories of the world’s sacred texts, what distinguishes them from each other, and applicable spiritual practices that you can implement into your life. You’ll have the opportunity to learn from Michael Bogar, Dr. Will Coleman, Jamal Rahman, and Rabbi Ted Falcon. Register for the full series or single sessions.
For full series of 12 classes: $240 ($20/class) - click registration button above. Full series includes access to all classes and recordings for all 12 sessions.
Individual classes: $25 Early Bird, $30 Regular Registration (links to individual classes listed below)
Time: 6:30-8:30pm PT
The Tao Te Ching with Michael Bogar, MDiv, ThM - Feb 25
The Analects of Confucius with Michael Bogar, MDiv, ThM - Mar 25
African Religions with Dr. Will Coleman - Apr 22
Qur'an and the Hadith (collected sayings of the Prophet Muhammad) Part 1 with Imam Jamal Rahman - May 27
Qur'an and the Hadith (collected sayings of the Prophet Muhammad) Part 2 with Imam Jamal Rahman - Jun 24
The Torah, Part 1 with Rabbi Ted Falcon - Jul 22
The Torah, Part 2 with Rabbi Ted Falcon - Aug 26
The Bible, Part 1 with Dr. Will Coleman - Sep 23
The Bible, Part 2 with Dr. Will Coleman - Oct 28
Gospel of Thomas with Michael Bogar, MDiv, ThM - Nov 18
Gospel of Mary Magdalene with Michael Bogar, MDiv, ThM - Dec 16
Michael has studied and taught the classical religious texts from many religious traditions and is a very effective teacher of spiritual concepts. He has studied Jungian Depth Psychology and universal mythologies. He is a brilliant integrator of mythology, theology, personal spirituality, practical philosophy and depth psychology. He combines deep scholarship, spontaneous humor and contagious enthusiasm with a down to earth practical approach to personal and spiritual growth. People open up easily to his clear and amicable style. https://www.michaelbogar.com/
Will Coleman, Ph.D. is a theologian and teacher of Biblical spirituality. He was born and grew up in Memphis, Tennessee. After completing his Bachelor of Arts degree in religion at Rhodes College in Memphis, he moved to Decatur, Georgia in order to attend Columbia Theological Seminary. There he received his Master of Divinity degree, with a focus in theology. A few years later, he went on to receive his Doctor of Philosophy degree ("with distinction") from the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, California. His areas of concentration were in philosophical and systematic theology, philosophy of religion and interpretation theory. He teaches and tutors individuals and groups in a variety of contexts in the areas of theology and Biblical spirituality (in English, Hebrew, Greek and Latin).
Will Coleman, Ph.D. teaches and applies principles of Hebrew and Christian Bible study and spirituality for the enrichment of spiritual and psychological health. He has many years of research, writing and teaching experience in this area. He also has studied and practiced a wide range of spiritual topics and disciplines within the tradition of the Kabbalah. Biblical spirituality is rooted in the knowledge that the sacred text called the Bible, which originated in Northeast Africa, is much more comprehensive as a guide for transformation of consciousness in the original sounds, symbols and languages of the Hebrew, Greek and Latin texts than in English translations. This is the true foundation for both Hebrew and Christian spirituality. The Kabbalah (Hebrew spirituality) incorporates knowledge of specific Biblical texts with both visual and auditory meditation techniques that enhance one's appreciation for the relationship between the divine and human interconnection.
Will Coleman, Ph.D. teaches biblical and theological interpretation (in Hebrew, Greek and Latin) and Africentric spirituality with the Interdenominational Theological Seminary (Atlanta) and the Johnnie Colemon Theological Seminary (Miami).
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