Songs of the City of God: St Augustine and the Psalms
In the Anglican tradition, we read the psalms everyday at Morning and Evening Prayer and at the Eucharist. This treasury of poetry at the heart of the Hebrew Bible lies at the heart of the spiritual life of the Christian Church. One of the great theological figures of the early Church is St Augustine of Hippo. From his writings, it is clear that his theological imagination was fed by the Psalms of David. In this series of Bible Studies, we will explore the Psalms with the help of the expositions of St Augustine. Everyone is welcome to join us for these weekly Bible studies.
Thursday 24 November Expositions of the Psalms: Psalm 101 (102): The Prophetic Sense
Thursday 1 December Expositions of the Psalms: Psalm 103 (104): The Figurative Sense
Thursday 8 December Expositions of the Psalms: Psalm 148: The Ecological Sense