A Place At The Table

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A Place at the Table addresses some of the pressing social needs in South Africa through a thorough study of the Gospel of Luke.

Presented by Theuns Jacobs (pastor of Shofar Cape Town, PhD in New Testament studies) together with Heinrich Titus, Dr. Nicola de Jager and Dr. Dieter von Fintel, this course will give you a rounded, thorough understanding of how to navigate the ideological differences between social groups in South Africa while equipping you in the Word.

We have released a few free sessions on the Shofar Courses page for anyone who’d be interested in getting a sneak peek of the course content.
The full course is a 10-part series including a comprehensive workbook:

A Place at The Table | Workbook
Session 1: Recovering The Political And Prophetic Voice Of The Church Of South Africa
Session 2: Hermeneutics | Social Reading Strategies For The Bible
Session 3: Reconciliation | Repentance And Forgiveness (FREE SESSION)
Session 4: Socio-Economic Challenges In Democratic South Africa (FREE SESSION)
Session 5: Critiquing Social Dynamics | Politics And Patronage In Luke
Session 6: Critiquing Social Dynamics | Religion And Social Authority In Luke
Session 7: Critiquing Social Dynamics | Economic Ethics In Luke (FREE SESSION)
Session 8: Critiquing Social Dynamics | Culture And Power Dynamics in Luke
Session 9: Towards Social Cohesion | Covenantal Kinship In Luke
Session 10: A Place At The Table | The Last Supper And Social Conflict

*online manual available on the Shofar Courses page after purchase.

Enroll a Group (3 group members)

If you would like to present this course within a group (anywhere from 3 people and up), add this once off option to the original total of R110.00 in order to ensure group access.

A student contact list will be required to ensure every student have access to the online platform.

*Shofar Institute will contact you for more details about the student list once your registration is successful

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