The Gospel of Matthew

Wednesday 06 - Wednesday 27 May 2020 (7:00pm - 9:00pm)
Published on 18 Feb 2020
Saint Matthew

Four Wednesdays in May:  6, 13, 20, 27 from 7pm - 9pm

The Christian Church today is facing change. The Gospel of Matthew can help Christians of the 21st century to see change as fulfilment of our Christian heritage rather than a denial of it.

The Gospel of Matthew is the most Jewish of all the gospels. It was written around 85 AD for a community of believers who were steeped in the traditions of Judaism but were being forced to choose between their Jewish heritage and their Christian beliefs. The Gospel was written to encourage believers at this difficult time - to show that by following Christ they were continuing and fulfilling their Jewish heritage rather than rejecting it.

Course Details


Ignatian Spirituality Centre
35 Scott Street
G3 6PE Glasgow


6th May 2020 to 27th May 2020


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Grants may be available particularly for students, please contact us.

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