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The Athenaeum of Ohio introduces two new Summer Courses

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The Athenaeum of Ohio is pleased to offer two summer courses beginning this May: “Biblical Theology of Creation” taught by Dr. Matthew Genung, and “Preambles of Faith: The Writings of Flannery O’Connor” taught by Dr. Tracy Jamison. Classes will be held evenings from May 20th through June 20th.

“Biblical Theology of Creation” (Tuesday and Thursday evenings) will study selected passages from the Pentateuch, Prophets, Wisdom, and New Testament texts, in order to examine the theme of creation in the Bible, its function within its immediate and canonical contexts, and its relation to salvation

“Preambles of Faith” (Monday and Wednesday evenings) will study the compositions of Flannery O’Connor, which have attracted many people to Catholicism. The course will attempt to appreciate the inherent value of O’Connor’s stories as works of art and to assess their instrumental value as preambles of faith.

The tuition cost for each course is $870; for auditors, $450; and for alumni auditors and senior citizen auditors (65+), $250.

To register, e-mail the Registrar at [email protected]

Registration Deadline is May 20.

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