Jesus was a story teller who invented his own form of story, the parable. We will explore how our own life unfolds as a story and how the biblical stories and other stories, from folktales to contemporary media help to shape the script we follow in our life journey.
Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. – September 20, September 27, October 4 and October 11
CORPUS CHRISTI PARISH, 1400 Cabana Road West, Windsor, Ontario
INSTRUCTOR: DR. NORMAN KING
Dr. Norman King is a Professor Emeritus of Religion and Culture at the University of Windsor. He recently held the Stephen Jarislowsky Chair in religion and Conflict at Assumption University, and serves as Acting Principal of Iona College. His teaching, research, and writing have focused on the human quest for meaning in our time, with some reference to story and other art forms. He has drawn upon the thought of German Theologian, Karl Rahmer, and American essayist, Thomas Merton. He has also been active in interfaith dialogue and in many kinds of community service.