Thursday 18 October – Making a prophet: God’s agents or obsessive troublemakers?

Our term restarts on Thursday 18th October at 7pm at the Friargate meeting house with:  “Making a prophet: God’s agents or obsessive troublemakers?”
Hebrew is the only language with a tense called the ‘prophetic perfect’, but how perfect were the prophets of old? God spoke through them, but what did they do next? From Elijah the political activist to Jeremiah the doom-monger, this session will look at the role of prophecy and the people who did (do?) it.

To view the programme for the whole Autumn term see here 

Judaism 101 is suitable for anyone from beginners to the most Jewishly knowledgeable!  Everyone will be challenged and learn something new so please do come along.


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