For centuries Paul’s letters have been used to inspire profound faith, but also to foster misogyny in the church, to build up community but to tear down tolerance, inspire deep commitment to God but rationalize horrible injustices. Many have argued that it was Paul who founded the church and is the true progenitor Christianity. What does it mean that such a difficult to understand person stands at the origins of our faith? What role should his letters play in the ongoing life of the Church?
Join us for a frank discussion of the most enigmatic figure in early Christianity, and learn with us what Paul means for today’s Church.