Thursdays 21 January - 11 March
12.45pm - 1.30pm
In the course of Hilary Term, we will be exploring Luke's gospel through the resources provided by the Visual Commentary on Scripture. Christian tradition suggests that Luke the Evangelist was the first icon-writer. He is said to have painted images of the Virgin and child. His gospel stories have inspired generations of artists. Each passage below has a link to different elements of the Visual Commentary on Scripture. Each exhibition consists of three images, the relevant passage from Luke, and a theological reflection. In our sessions, we shall draw on these resources and explore the way in which a variety of different artists have drawn inspiration from Luke's narrative.
You will be able to join us via Zoom for these Bible Studies. Please email email@example.com for further information. You will be sent joining instructions on the day.
21 January Luke 1:26–38 The Annunciation
28 January Luke 2:8–20 The Adoration of the Shepherds
4 February Luke 8:4–15 The Parable of the Sower
11 February Luke 10:29–37 The Good Samaritan
18 February Luke 10:38–42 Jesus Visits Martha and Mary
25 February Luke 19:29–40 Christ’s Triumphal Entry
4 March Luke 23:34 The Casting of Lots
11 March Luke 24:13–35 The Road to Emmaus