Over three weeks, we explored the book that theologian Walter Brueggemann says contains “a double utterance of judgment that contradicts denial and hope that overrides despair” and began to understand why Nobel Prize winner Elie Wiesel held that Jeremiah’s “determined quest for truth in times of falsehood…, his doubts, his tears, his yearning for meaning and silence… he offers us an example of behavior, not before or after, but during periods of pressure, stress and peril.” Via zoom, we saw what Jeremiah’s message offered us in 2021.
Rev. Dr. DeGeorge is the Stated Clerk of Hudson River Presbytery and former parish pastor in the PCUSA. She holds a PhD from Union Theological Seminary, JD and a MDiv.
Friends from MLK Community Presbyterian Church were invited to join us for our Lenten Bible Study!
Mondays March 1st, March 8th, and March 15th, 2021 from 1:00 -2:00 PM.
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