A non-denominational talk. “The Challenging Texts of Mark,” on the Bible by Madelon Maupin, MTS, will be held on Saturday, April 28, from 2-3:30 p.m. at Christian Science Church, 6165 La Flecha, Rancho Santa Fe. The event is free.
This talk is for both new Bible students and those who have read for years. Maupin will dive into some of the more perplexing texts in this first Gospel written. What did Jesus have against fig trees? How does Mark’s portrait of Jesus differ from the other Gospels? What do they have in common? The goal will be to learn how to look at a Scriptural passage from many angles: historical, con-textual, geographical, political and spiritual.
Please come and bring your own questions, as well as your Bible.
Madelon has a masters in theological studies from San Francisco Theological Seminary, was cultural historian for Princess Cruises’ trips to Biblical Lands, and a recent trustee of The Crisler Library in Ephesos, Turkey. She has authored numerous articles on the Bible’s application for today. Madelon has gained recognition as a dynamic and engaging speaker on a variety of Biblical subjects and their relevance to contemporary life.
For more information, call 858-756-1691.