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Have you ever thought of trying to meet Jesus through the eyes of a global community? What does it mean to be a disciple of Jesus in today’s global world? This seminar will introduce you to some of the challenges that we, as western peoples, might encounter as we attempt to do this.

Is the Jesus we preach and teach a white North American Jesus? Even though Jesus of Nazareth was born and lived in Asia, how is it that he has become a white western Jesus? What about seeing Jesus as Asian – can we imagine how this might expand our understanding? Take the time to look in a new way at the Jesus who is, in his roots, Asian!

Anneliese Sinnott

 

Seminar presented by Anneliese Sinnott, OP, a Dominican Sister and a theologian.

Anneliese recently retired from the position of professor of systematic theology at Ecumenical Theological Seminary in Detroit.  She is Chair of the Dominican Center:                                Spirituality for Mission Board.

 

Location:           Mercy Center, 28650 W. Eleven Mile Road, Farmington Hills, Michigan
Cost:                   $30.00
To Register    248.536.3142 or email director@dominicancenter.org or register online.